RENMARK residents putting domestic rubbish into their green bins are adding additional costs to the region’s waste management, a local council representative says.
FED up by the actions of illegal dumpers, locals are calling on Riverland councils to lower waste fees or find alternative solutions to curb the ongoing issue.
THE three Riverland councils have joined forces to develop community plans and explore regional-based funding options for the area.
TRASH previously littering a vacant Renmark block has been cleared – to the relief of nearby residents.
RENMARK’S iconic town fountain will be transformed into a water-play space and complemented by dining areas, shelters and a river viewing deck, thanks to a $1.394 million boost from the Federal Government.
THE Renmark Paringa Council will upgrade its town clock with four LED faces and “modernise” the overall structure of the tower.
A LOCAL council would amalgamate its visitor information centre with a Riverland wine and food centre if it is chosen as the location for the State Government project.
TROLLIES full of trash, broken pallets, piles of food scraps and endless mounds of junk have littered a vacant Renmark block for months, sickening “fed-up” locals.