Council tackles graffiti

THE Bundaberg Regional Council has launched its anti-graffiti program after receiving a $36,000 State Government grant.

"We have committed a portion of that to graffiti removal trailers, youth and community engagement and solar lighting at Baldwin Swamp," the council's Health and Regulatory Services portfolio spokesman Wayne Honor said.

"The trailers will assist council to effectively remove instances of graffiti while it is hoped the solar lighting will act as a deterrent."

He said the trailers contained a high-pressure water cleaner and held 250 liters of water.

Residents can report anything they see with regards to graffiti by calling GraffitiSTOP 1300 Graffiti (1300 472 334).

For more information, head to the website at http://www.graffitistop.com.au.



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