Residents of real estate in Bunbury will benefit from the proposed development of a new waste management facility in the region.
The state government has confirmed funding to assist the development of a waste-management facility in the South West to accommodate the Bunbury-Wellington area.
This facility will advance the waste management infrastructure in the region and benefit the environment through the shut down of a number of landfill sites. This will mean Bunbury residents can look forward to a cleaner, greener city with fewer environmental risks.
Funds for the $4.15 million project will be provided by Royalties for Regions Country Local Government Fund, which intends to assist the improvement and development of infrastructure and services in regional Western Australia.
Infrastructure such as this state of the art facility will help to make Bunbury rentals and residential property more desirable as the region becomes better for living, working and investing.
In a March 7 article from the Bunbury Mail, Regional Development Minister Terry Redman said: "This project will also bring benefits to the community by ensuring waste disposal costs stay competitive for rate payers and that employment opportunities associated with waste disposal operations remain in the region."
With the government's assurance and commitment to projects such as this the community of Bunbury can expect to benefit from continued advancement of crucial infrastructure.