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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : February 4th 2009
18 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, February 5, 2009 MB What you can do: Be responsible and use bins at stations for old newspapers Strathfield station. SHANNON ANDREUCCI STRATHFIELD will be one of 11 CityRail stations across Sydney to participate in a clean-up program. Transport Minister David Campbell launched a pilot program to recycle the thousands of mX newspapers and other paper materials carried by commuters on the rail network every day. Specially marked and supervised bins will be available from Monday to Friday from 6am to 9am and 3pm to 7pm for the evening peak. Mr Campbell said the success of the trial depended on the initiative of passengers to use the recycling bins properly and frequently. ''If commuters use the recycling bins correctly and the system works well, we'll be rolling out newsprint and paper recycling across more stations on the network,'' Mr Campbell said. ''This initiative is part of the Rees Government's overall commitment to providing cleaner and more comfortable journeys.'' Strathfield State Labor MP Virginia Judge said she fully supported the program. ''This program will make it easier for commuters to act in an environmentally-responsible way so all residents and rail users benefit from an improvement in the overall cleanliness of Strathfield station,'' Ms Judge said. 2112324i iww wk25
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