Partnering with Isaac and Central Highlands Regional Council for a sustainable future

We’re excited to be working with Isaac and Central Highlands Regional Councils to make a sustainable future possible for residents across the region.

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October 7, 2019

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The new contract for waste services is expected to save councils between $200,000 and $350,000 each year while employing the local community.

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The new contract for waste services is expected to save councils between $200,000 and $350,000 each year while employing the local community.

Cleanaway will provide Isaac and Central Highlands Regional Councils with sustainable management services in a contract that will see almost 5 million residential wheelie bin pickups each year. Our brand new fleet includes five new waste and recycling trucks that are expected to do more than 150,000 km each year which is equivalent to travelling around the world four times over.


Cleanaway’s kerbside collection trucks rolled out across the Isaac region.

The new contract for waste services is expected to save councils between $200,000 and $350,000 each year while employing the local community.


Isaac Regional Council Acting Mayor Kelly Vea Vea with the Cleanaway team

At a media event to launch the new waste services, Isaac Regional Council Acting Mayor Kelly Vea Vea said, “Cleanaway has made a fundamental commitment to ensure the company keeps jobs local as a top priority. We look forward to the service Cleanaway will provide to our region for the next seven years.”


Isaac Regional Council Acting Mayor Kelly Vea Vea in the driver’s seat with Cleanaway Branch Manager Matthew Walsh.

Cleanaway General Manager for Northern Australia, Brad Gornall said, “I’m pleased that we’re investing in the local community by providing local employment, and using local suppliers, and that through our custom built Cleanaview on-board management system, we’re able to provide council with more accurate data and a clearer view of service levels across the life of the contract.”


Central Highlands Council Mayor Kerry Hayes with the Cleanaway team and council representatives

Residents can expect improved services and schedules in St Lawrence, Greenhill, Ilbilbie, Carmila, Clairview, Nebo and Glenden with the introduction of a new dual-purpose truck. There will be no changes to collections schedules in Clermont, Dysart, Middlemount and Moranbah.


Central Highlands Council Mayor Kerry Hayes with Cleanaway GM (Northern Australia) Brad Gornall.

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