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Recycling initiative to help oyster population in Pumicestone Passage

The people running this recycling project are not after plastic bottles or aluminium cans — they want oyster shells.

Moreton Bay Regional Council has agreed to enter into a five-year community lease with aquatic animal health experts, Digsfish Services, to help their groundbreaking work to restore shellfish reefs and improve water quality in the Pumicestone Passage.

Mayor Allan Sutherland said the council had agreed to lease a 600sq m area of land within the Ningi Transfer Station, where Digsfish Services proposes to establish an oyster shell recycling station.

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Posted on 27th Feb 2017

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