The Fraser Coast Regional Council has implemented a really cool polystyrene recycling program at its waste management facilities.
I recently chatted to Division 9 Councillor David Lee for an article that was published in issue 11 of The Fraser Coast Beacon (September, 2020).
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Cr Lee walked me through the process of recycling unwanted polystyrene and how residents could get involved.
In short, the polystyrene is melted and made into bricks that can then be used to manufacturer multiple secondary products.
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Most importantly, the polystyrene does not go to landfill.
Below is the front cover of the latest edition of the Fraser Coast Beacon, you can get your free hard copy at multiple outlets across the region.
It looks pretty good doesn’t it?
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