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July 23, 2024

Upgrades to Byron tip this month

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The Byron Shire Council says work is start this month on upgrades to stormwater infrastructure at the Byron Resource Recovery Centre.

The upgrades are partly aimed at preparing for future weather events.

Byron Shire Council Manager Resource Recovery Danielle Hanigan says the project will initially involve upgrading drains and swales on the northern and western sections of the site.

Visitors to the centre are advised to expect some minor delays over the next few months, with work expected to take ten weeks, weather permitting.


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