Council invites responses from interested residents to provide direction on actions to be delivered from the Nhill Streetscape Masterplan. Previous community consultation identified two priority areas for development: Pathways and Signage.
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As of 01 July 2019, the Victorian Government is banning all electronic waste (e-waste) from landfills in Victoria. This means that no e-waste will be accepted in any bin – instead, it must be delivered to an approved drop off point.
The term 'e-waste' refers to any item with a plug, battery or cord that is no longer working or wanted. This includes:
E-waste contains valuable resources that we can reuse, along with other materials that are bad for the environment. Instead of putting it in the bin, sending it to landfill and causing environmental damage, sending e-waste to an approved drop off point means that materials can be recovered and reused, and not wasted away in a landfill environment. By doing this, we can remove the bad and save the good – all to create a healthier environment and a stronger economy.
Over 1 million mobile phones are discarded in Australia every year – if all were properly recovered, we could reuse up to 16 tonnes of copper, 350 kilograms of silver and 34 kilograms of gold!
All of Council's Transfer Stations are approved drop off points for e-waste, see our Transfer Stations page for more information on opening hours, locations of tips and pricing.
Alternatively, you can return old mobile phones and chargers to the MobileMuster drop off point in the Nhill Customer Service Office at 92 Nelson Street, Nhill.