An important focus for the revamped centre will be waste education for the community generally and young people, in particular.
After a two year closure and a multi-million dollar redevelopment, the Lawrie Road refuse and recycling centre at Snells Beach will reopen at the end of next month.
Initially, it will just handle waste drop-off and recycling, but the site including the shop and education centre will be fully operational before Christmas.
Manager Mark Gane says the reopening will give residents options for how they can deal with their waste, with 20-plus different waste strea...
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