The Rivers Regional Council (RRC) is created under the Local Government Act 1995 and complies with most requirements of any Local Government. Its members are the Cities of Armadale, Gosnells, Mandurah, South Perth and the Shires of Murray, Serpentine Jarrahdale and Waroona. Each member Council elects two Councillors to be Regional Councillors. The Regional Council, which meets every two months, makes decisions relating to strategic waste management issues. The Regional Council currently employs a full-time Chief Executive Officer, Administration Officer and Education Coordinator.
The Regional Council is advised on technical matters associated with waste management by the Technical Advisory Committee, (TAC) comprising the relevant Director and Manager of waste from each member Council. The TAC meets monthly.
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The RRC has responsibility for planning long-term waste management strategy, identifying issues associated with waste management and lobbying on behalf of the seven member Councils in the general field of waste management. It is also taking some responsibility for waste education across the region.
|Dec 2, 2011||Agreement - Deed of Amendment – 6 Members – 2008||(71.13 KB)|
|Dec 2, 2011||Agreement - Deed of Amendment – 7 Members – 2009||(341.71 KB)|
|Dec 2, 2011||Agreement – Establishment Agreements – 2008||(169.87 KB)|