Getting involved with a SUEZ Community Reference Group is a unique opportunity to help shape resource recovery in your community and be part of protecting the environment.
What is a Community Reference Group?
SUEZ operates several Community Reference Groups (CRG’s) across Australia. These groups provide an interactive, consultative forum for members of the community to keep up to date on the operation of waste management and organics processing facilities in their area, and to have input in a range of resource recovery, sustainability and corporate citizenship areas.
CRG’s aim to:
How can I get involved?
Most CRG’s meet three to six times each year, depending on the relevant facility and location. Membership is voluntary, free of charge and open to any interested individual or community group living or working in the vicinity of the facility.
We operate one Community Reference Group in New South Wales and one in Victoria. SUEZ representatives also participate in Community Advisory Committees in conjunction with state authorities.
The Lucas Heights CRG meets every three months to discuss the operations of Lucas Heights Resource Recovery Park, modifications and improvements to facilities, feedback on environmental matters and other related topics of interest. Meetings are held at Club Central Menai, 44-60 Allison Crescent, Menai. SUEZ’s NSW CRGs meet and operate in accordance with standardised Terms of reference.
Interested members are also offered an open invitation for a guided tour of the site at any time throughout the year by arrangement with the Stakeholder Engagement Manager.
Kristal Di Lucchio
Education & Community Grants officer
Ph: 02 8887 6101
Minutes of previous meetings:
The CRG for each site meets six times a year to discuss the operations of Hallam Road and Taylors Road Landfill, modifications and improvements to facilities, feedback on environmental matters and other related topics of interest.
Residents and representatives of local businesses or community groups, and any other member of the community who wishes to become a member or attend a CRG meeting as a guest, should contact Victoria's Stakeholder Engagement Unit.
Hallam Road - Minutes of previous meetings and fact sheet: