Cleanaway’s new call to app-tion

Cleamaway launches new mobile app
Cleanaway has launched its first mobile app to help people recycle, put their bins out in time, and learn about sustainable behaviours.

Designed to help residents find information about their local waste collection services, such as what can and can’t be recycled, as well as sharing information on how to avoid waste, the Cleanaway app can be downloaded for free from the App Store on iTunes or the Google Play store.

Available to anyone across Australia, not just Cleanaway customers, the app allows anyone to key in their postcode and set up bin day reminders, no matter where they live.

“The reason Cleanaway decided to make the app available to all Australians is because waste and recycling education is central to raising awareness about the importance of recycling and to changing behaviours, in order to make a sustainable future possible,” said Dave Aardsma, Executive General Manager of Sales and Marketing.

“Cleanaway have made it easy for anyone to double check what can and can’t be recycled because it is important we are all doing our bit to make sure waste is going into the right waste stream and we are all reducing our waste output,” he added.

Once users download the Cleanaway app, they have access to a variety of recycling and waste-related information. It features a direct links to a user’s local council website through a postcode search, providing details on general waste, recycling and green bins, hard waste, transfer and recycling stations, and contact details.

The app also includes the functionality to book a skip, education programs, information on emergency spills and a direct email link to provide feedback.

Launched on 22 September, the app is available through the Cleanaway website.

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