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  • Western Sydney to get Heat Smart
    Western Sydney to get Heat Smart Media release, 11 December 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has received $215,000 through the Office of Emergency Management’s Community Resilience Innovation Program to deliver a coordinated approach to heatwave preparedness and…
  • WSROC warns residents: Take heat seriously
    WSROC warns residents: Take heat seriously Media release, 5 December 2019 WSROC has called on Western Sydney residents to get ready to handle more heat, as we enter the first week of a hotly-anticipated summer. With last month the hottest November…
  • Western Sydney cafes choose to reuse
    Western Sydney cafes choose to reuse Media release, 19 November 2019 Cafe lovers in Sydney’s West get set for a better way to take away their beverages, with councils implementing a new, sustainable solution to single-use disposable cups. Launching in February…
  • Western Sydney councils take on takeaway litter
    Western Sydney councils take on takeaway litter Media release, 28 October 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) will deliver a new anti-litter program with participating councils, targeting the huge quantities of food and drink containers and packaging left in…
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The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils Ltd (WSROC) represents eight local councils in Greater Western Sydney: Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Cumberland, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Lithgow, Liverpool and Parramatta.

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  • Western Sydney to get Heat Smart Media release, 11 December 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has received $215,000 through the Office of Emergency Management’s Community Resilience Innovation Program to deliver a coordinated approach to heatwave preparedness and management in Western Sydney. “The…
  • WSROC warns residents: Take heat seriously Media release, 5 December 2019 WSROC has called on Western Sydney residents to get ready to handle more heat, as we enter the first week of a hotly-anticipated summer. With last month the hottest November on record for Greater Sydney,…

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