Penrith City Council is inviting residents to head online to use a new platform dedicated to supporting locals to raise waste requests and provide feedback to Council.
Council says The Waste Spot is a digital alternative to its existing telephone customer support service and aims to give residents another opportunity to contact Council, while helping to ensure fast responses and efficient resolutions are achieved.
Penrith Mayor, Karen McKeown OAM praised the online destination as a “round the clock option residents can use to let Council know of their needs at a time convenient to them”.
“Innovative services like this are nothing short of what Penrith deserves and this is just the first step,” Mayor McKeown said.
“This digital service will work alongside existing contact methods and will help make life easier for those who prefer to access services online.
“Sustainability is one of Penrith City Council’s biggest priorities when it comes to providing our community with a high-quality and easy to use waste management service.
“Over the years, we have pioneered best practice in Food Organics and Garden Organics (FOGO) initiatives which have contributed to Penrith leading the way when it comes to sustainable waste management.
“Council takes great pride in providing a service that is easy to access and provides the solutions to our community’s queries or problems,” she said.
To find our more, head to penrith.city/thewastespot