This section contains information on managing pollution in Strathfield Municipality.

Abandoned Shopping Trolleys

Abandoned Shopping Trolleys are shopping trolleys which have been taken from shops and abandoned or dumped in public places such as streets, nature strips and waterways.   Trolleys can...

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Abandoned Vehicles

The abandonment of a vehicle is an offence under the Local Government Act. When a vehicle is left unattended and unregistered on any public road or other...

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Air Pollution

To report air pollution telephone please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9748 9999 and provide the colour, location, time you saw it, and the details of...

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Dumped Rubbish

Using CCTV to Reduce Illegal dumping *Background* Strathfield Local Government Area (LGA) has a growing illegal dumping problem. Illegal dumping is the depositing – dumping, tipping or otherwise –...

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Noise Pollution

Neighbourhood noise, such as noise from animals, alarms, machines and parties can be very annoying. However, you can often stop noise that disturbs you without involving Council. Try...

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Stormwater

If the drain is on your property, it may be a problem with the drains in your house and you should contact a plumber. If the problem...

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Water Pollution

To report water pollution please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre immediately on 9748 9999 or the EPA pollution line on 131 555. Sewer and water supply problems should...

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Littering

Council enforces the Protection of the Environment Operations Act and under this act can fine people who carelessly discard litter within the municipality. This is a state-wide legislation...

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Junk Mail

To stop receiving junk mail, put a ‘No Junk Mail' sticker on your letterbox. These are available for free from Council's Customer Service Centre or the Strathfield...

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