Road safety, environmental benefits and regional jobs: a program that can deliver on any of these targets could expect the NRMA’s support, so a scheme that has ready-made outcomes for all three gets our full attention – and it deserves yours too.
Add to that the fact that children and the disabled are the primary beneficiaries and it’s clear that the child car safety seat stewardship trial has the potential to deliver enormous positives for the community.
In order to ensure a permanent recycling program, Equilibrium must demonstrate significant community engagement and support. People with used and expired child restraints are urged to drop them at the following locations to support this valuable trial:
Kiama Community Recycling Centre: 446 Riverside Dr, Minnamurra.
Penrith Community Recycling Centre:Gate 3, 96 Dunheved Circuit, St Marys.
Tamworth Community Recycling Centre: 123a Forest Road, Tamworth.
Nudgee Resource Recovery Centre, 1402 Nudgee Rd, Nudgee Beach, Queensland
Willawong Resource Recovery Centre, 360 Sherbrooke Rd, Willawong, Queensland.
Reedy Creek Community Waste and Recycling Centre, 61 Hutchinson Street, Burleigh Heads, Queensland.
Darebin Resource Recovery Centre, 30 Kurnai Avenue, Reservoir Victoria