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Cleanaway wins waste and recycling contract for City of Sydney

Cleanaway has announced it will be the new waste and recycling service provider for the City of Sydney, with a seven-year contract beginning 1 July 2019.

Services include general waste, recycling, garden organics, bulk or hard waste, electronic waste and kerbside collections.

“Cleanaway has a long and proud history of providing waste and recycling services in New South Wales, and we look forward to extending that expertise to Australia’s most iconic city,” said Cleanaway Regional Manager – Sydney Metro, Michael Sankey.

“As part of the contract, Cleanaway will be setting up a new facility and implementing new operational teams and some educational resources."

“Over the next seven years we’ll be working closely with the Council’s waste management team to add value for the community and help the City of Sydney achieve its sustainability goals.”

Technology and digitised service are hallmarks of the contract which includes 25 brand new vehicles. At this stage it’s unclear which brand of trucks and related equipment will be used.

Each of the trucks will be equipped with Cleanaway’s Cleanaview technology.

Cleanaview is an integrated platform that collects data from the trucks’ on-board cameras to track collections and monitor service events like missed pickups and broken bins, while at the same time improving single-call customer service response.

In addition, the cameras can provide insights that will assist in the push to reduce contamination, improve recycling and further increase truck safety in the community.

The digitised system promotes efficiencies including reducing reliance on paper-based systems.

Cleanaway’s award-winning education team will be working closely with City of Sydney to provide crucial sustainability training to reduce waste to landfill and improve recycling rates.

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