As the task of cleaning up following floodwater inundation begins in coming days, Council advises residents and business owners to follow these safety tips:
Residents in impacted areas can use as much water as necessary to clean flood affected areas but are encouraged to be wise about water use by using high pressure hoses or hose nozzles. Residents in areas not affected by the floods are encouraged to be wise about their water use due to the huge demand on water supplies as the clean up gets underway.
Those residents who have not been affected by the flooding are encouraged to assist neighbours, friends and their local communities in clean up operations.
All Council transfer stations are accepting general and green waste free of charge.
There will be no general waste, recycling or green waste bin collections or SITA bulk bin collections until 17 January 2010. Please do not place bins out for collection.
Priority will be given to waste bins during the flood crisis with recycle and green waste bins being a second priority.
Brisbane City Council advises that due to the recent flood event, Brisbane ratepayers will be provided with the following financial relief:
Council advises affected residents to contact their service providers to arrange extensions on any other bills.
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