Who is the WREN?
The Southern Metropolitan Regional Council (SMRC) Waste Recycling Education Network, (the WREN) is an independent group of community volunteers (residents) from SMRC member councils, established to help increase community understanding of the importance of waste, recycling, and greater awareness of the activities of the SMRC.
The WREN is a valued advisor to the SMRC.
Why are we here?
The WREN seeks to engage behavioural change with respect to waste and recycling by residents in the south metropolitan region for a more sustainable community.
The SMRC Waste Recycling Education Network (WREN) aims to:
- Gather community feedback and suggestions to assist the SMRC with its operations and decision making.
- Increase community understanding of the importance of resource recovery
- Help the SMRC to respond more effectively to issues concerning waste management
- Promote effective management of RRRC operations to benefit residents.
What the WREN does
- The WREN meets regularly between February and November and members also participate in Regional Council workshops.
- Members take part in community events and are always willing to listen to residents’ questions and comments concerning waste, recycling, and sustainability
Contact us, have your say, or join the WREN contact:
SMRC WREN Chair: Mrs Isabelle Gagnon
Deputy Chair: Mr Jesse Williams
write: SMRC Waste Recycling Education Network PO Box 1501, Booragoon WA 6154
Or find the WREN on Facebook under Recycle Right with SMRC WREN.
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