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December 4, 2022

CORRECTION – Byron Shire Council Flood Recovery number

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Byron Shire Council.

If you need to ring the Byron Resource Recovery Hotline, the number is 1300 652 625.

‘We apologise that an error was made in our Flood Recovery Media Release on Monday and the INCORRECT phone number for the Byron Resource Recovery Hotline has been published in this week’s Echo,’ said a council spokesperson.
Contact 1300 652 625 if you need assistance from the Byron Resource Recovery Centre with your flood-waste.

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