The Border Watch : January 16th 2015
NEWS TIPS email@example.com NEWS 23 Waste recycled Transfer centre initiates 12-month trial for residents to rid homes of cooking oil COOKING oil can now be recycled at the Mount Gambier Waste Transfer centre. A 12-month trial recycling program allowing residents to dispose of their used cooking oil for a small fee has been established. City of Mount Gambier operational services director Daryl Sexton said council encouraged all residents to thoughtfully dispose of their used and unwanted cooking oil. “If cooking oil is put down the drain it can clog up pipes, as well as cause problems at the Finger Point Wastewater Treatment Plant,” Mr Sexton said. “If poured straight onto the ground, the oil can potentially contaminate groundwater, the source of Mount Gambier’s drinking water.” Small amounts of oil can be soaked up with a paper towel and put into a home compost or green organics bin. However, larger volumes can now be taken to the waste transfer centre. “Residents can recycle their cooking oil for just 25c per litre at the station,” Mr Sexton said. “Once the oil is collected, it will be picked up by a contractor and taken to a composting facility, where it is mixed with other feedstocks and turned into compost. “This is an environmentally friendly and sustainable way to recycle cooking oil and a safe, convenient and cost effective method for our residents too.” Reserve your booking Phone 8721 2574 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 662735 RECYLE: Aaron Izzard recycles cooking oil at the Mount Gambier Waste Transfer centre. JAMES MORRISON ACADEMY OF MUSIC BREAKFAST WITH JAMES MORRISON James will present on the Music Academy commencing in Mount Gambier in March. This is a great opportunity to hear from James, to ask questions and to consider the opportunities the Academy will provide for music, for Mount Gambier, your organisation or business. When: Tuesday 3 February, 2015 Where: Commodore on the Park Time: 7.30am (sharp) to 9.00 am Cost: $20 per person (at the door) RSVP by 30 January, 2015 essential as numbers are limited. This event will be of interest to businesses, educators, government agencies and organisations. THERE’S NOTHING LIKE A SUMMER’S DAY AT THE RACES. SUMMER CUP SUNDAY 25 JANUARY 2015 HOLCIM Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecourse Fun for the whole family! Free kids activities including: jumping castle, face painting, photo booth, ice cream and more Free Job Prospects Marquee Hospitality Packages available Free Return Bus from the South Aussie Hotel Book now 8725 4466 or www.mountgambierracing.com.au F L Y 662673 The Border Watch, Friday, January 16, 2015 - 23 N A D R M I RI E A C E LY F D A Y !
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