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Asbestos was a material sometimes used in building materials and should not be handled.
Please report any dumped rubbish to Council immediately on 9518 3555 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Council will respond to any reports of dumped rubbish within 24 hours (during normal working hours).
Graffiti impacts negatively on the community. Council, businesses and residents have to pay to clean it up, it spoils the community amenity and creates a public perception that an area that has graffiti is not safe.
Streets are cleaned six days a week to prevent pollution and keep Monash looking nice and falls under our customer service guarantee
What to do if you find a used syringe and where to access help about drug and alcohol treatment and support
Residents in Clayton are being asked to ‘Clean Up or Pay Up’ as part of a campaign.