The metro wants to hear about your wheelie bin

This is according to a recent post on the Ekurhuleni metro Facebook page.

“This campaign is coined ‘Siyahlanganisa’, which means ‘to gather information, together with the community’,” the post stated.

“The audit will see door-to-door surveys at all households and businesses in order to understand the waste service that is currently rendered and to establish if all households and businesses were issued with the new 240l wheelie bins.”

According to the post, the audit will gather accurate owner billing information and will help the city improve waste management services rendered.

“In addition, it will provide the city with information for future studies and give an overview of the quality of waste management services provided to communities,” the post stated.



Field workers who will go from door to door can be identified through their attire, which is branded with the City of Ekurhuleni logo and the project name – Siyahlanganisa.

The field workers’ name tags will also include their names, supervisors’ names and numbers, as well as the customer care centre’s contact details (086 054 3000).


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