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Waste collection a hit
FIVE hundred homes have taken
part in the latest round of Light
Regional Council's kerbside
hard waste collection program,
the highest number since the
initiative was introduced.
Council's infrastructure and
environment general manager,
Richard Dodson, said this is the
first year all offers of kerbside
collection have been taken up on
-- something he attributes to fresh
advertising methods, including
temporary roadside signage.
"The Hard Waste Collection
approximately three years ago
and has been steadily growing in
popularity," he said.
"In previous years, council has
seen between 350 to 400 services
"However, with the introduction of the
Variable Message Sign (VMS) that
was deployed for short periods in each
township, it has clearly highlighted the
service to more residents."
According to a report presented to
council in December, council had
hoped to increase the number of
collections to meet demand, but its
waste collector, Northern Adelaide
Waste Management Authority
(NAWMA), was unavailable.
However, residents who have
missed out on a kerbside collection
this round will be offered first
priority when the program runs
again next year.
It is expected that another program
will be run in March and April and
will be increased in size to cater
for the increased demand.
The program also involves the
distribution of waste disposal
vouchers, which allow residents
to dump a trailer load, for free, at
the NAWMA Resource Recovery
Centre, in Edinburgh North.
FARMERS currently in the midst of a busy
harvest period are being encouraged to look
after their mental health.
Grain producers across the region have
started reaping and are expected to continue
throughout the coming months.
As this can be a stressful time, farmers
and their families are being encouraged to
recognise the signs of anxiety and depression.
Minister for Regional Development Geoff
Brock urged farmers to ensure they catch
some rest when they get a chance and to reach
out if they find themselves in a rut.
"It's much better to address depression and
anxiety before it takes hold and starts to
impact on yours and your family's well-
being," he said.
"There are some great services available and
I'd urge farmers to use them sooner rather
than later if they feel they are struggling
emotionally or mentally."
People who are feeling overwhelmed or need
someone to talk to are urged to speak to their
general practitioner or call Lifeline (13 11 14)
or beyondblue (1300 224 636).
Jaydenʼs an e-waste hero
AT just nine years old, Lyndoch's Jayden
Carmody has a burning desire to improve
our environment and create a more
The Lyndoch Primary School student's
passion for saving the environment
recently received national recognition,
after he took out first place in an online
e-waste recycling competition.
The Young e-Waste Hero Competition, held
by e-waste recycling service TechCollect,
encouraged students to explain the importance
of recycling unwanted electronics in under 25
Jayden, who submitted a catchy poem with the
help of his father, said recycling e-waste was
one of the ways locals can help protect the
"Recycling e-waste doesn't look ugly in
landfill, and it doesn't kill fish in the water,"
"Every weekend I go over to the reserve
across from my place, and I clean it up.
"I fill a plastic bag with rubbish to stop it from
going in the water."
Jayden purchased a Surface Pro4 with the
JAYDENʼS AWARD-WINNING POEM
Saving the environment from toxic spills,
Or ugly mountainous dumping landﬁlls!
E waste recycles, building something new,
Everybody is responsible, that is me and you!
Lyndoch Primary Schoolʼs Jayden Carmody won the primary
school category for TechCollectʼs national Young e-Waste
Hero, after writing a catchy 25-word poem. PHOTO: Supplied
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