Kimbriki Environmental Enterprises proposes to install new waste technology at its Terrey Hills site to upgrade its recycling, putrescent and green waste collection, and is seeking a member from the Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah communities to be involved.

Since July 2009, the Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre at Terrey Hills has been operated by a company – Kimbriki Environmental Enterprises Pty Ltd. The shareholders of the company are the SHOROC Councils of Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah.

The company is now looking at opportunities to provide new waste technology on the site and the four councils are committed to achieving a common household collection system of recyclable, putrescible and green waste for the region.

SHOROC is providing an opportunity for its community to consider and provide input into matters relevant to the operation of the centre and is seeking the nomination of one community representative from each of the local government areas who will sit on a sub-committee with one Councillor from each area.

SHOROC President Anne Connon said it was an exciting opportunity for people to share their knowledge if they have a genuine interest, experience and demonstrated commitment to sustainable waste practices and associated resource recovery.

“The small sub-committee will meet quarterly and I would encourage any interested residents from Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah to respond to our call for expressions of interest,” said Councillor Connon.