MBRC : Slight delay in rubbish pick up's this week
On Tuesday it was announced by Cr Darren Grimwade that Cleanaway have advised that they have had a break in at their Narangba depot and a large number of trucks have been vandalised and will require repairs.
Because of this you may see a slight delay in your bin collection this week as Cleanaway work to get their entire fleet operational again.
Services are expected to be restored fully without delays by Friday. Please leave your bins out and Cleanaway will service them.
Thank you for your patience as Cleanaway seek to rectify the issues as soon as possible.
It has been revealed that thieves had stolen batteries from more than 30 garbage trucks during a daring break-in at their depot in Narangba over the weekend.
Moreton Bay Regional Council Division 11 Councillor Darren Grimwade said there may be a slight delay in bin collection in the area, but that services were expected to be fully restored by Friday.
Cr Grimwade praised Cleanaway’s swift action and called on the community to help find the culprits.
There has been an assurance that residents bins will be collected and if they are not picked up on their usual day, to please leave their bins out and Cleanaway will definitely collect them.
Police are on the case, reviewing CCTV footage, and to help their investigation I encourage anyone with information to call either Policelink or Crime Stoppers. This kind of attack is actually an attack on our community and amenities.”
Cleanaway head of investor relations and corporate affairs Craig Sufferini confirmed the break-inand mass battery theft of all 35 of Cleanaway’s collection trucks, the company has managed to reprioritise its resources to ensure most companies will only have a delay of a few hours in their collection services,