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Council to conduct drop-in sessions to gain feedback on potential resale shops

Strathbogie Shire Council is seeking community input to include in a feasibility study into the introduction of a resale shop at one or more of its Transfer Stations.

In addition to a survey on Council’s online engagement platform Share Strathbogie, community members will get the chance to visit drop-in sessions with JustWaste Consulting and Council staff.

JustWaste Consulting were appointed by Council to conduct the feasibility study after it received a $10,000 Recycling Victoria Councils Fund grant from the Victorian Government through Sustainability Victoria to conduct the study.

Strathbogie Shire Council Mayor Cr Laura Binks encouraged community members and interested groups to visit the sessions and provide their feedback.

“We are eager to hear from members of our community, as well as community and charity groups within our Shire, about how these resale shops may look like, and how they will be operated,” Cr Binks said.

“Importantly, the study needs to explore various management models. This may include the operations of any resale shop being managed by Council, a local community group or charity organisation, or a hybrid of both.”

Sessions will be held at:

  • Nagambie Transfer Station, December 17, 8.30 to noon
  • Euroa Transfer Station, December 18, 8.30 to noon

The study will provide Council with an in-depth analysis of the challenges and opportunities of introducing the best value-for-money approach to installing a resale shop.

This project is supported by the Recycling Victoria Councils Fund, delivered by Sustainability Victoria on behalf of the Victorian Government.

To complete the online survey via Share Strathbogie, visit


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