(1) How many additional collection points for Return and Earn have been added since LA Q 2405:
(a) In the Sydney electorate?
(b) In the City of Sydney?
(c) In the Woollahra Municipal Council area?
(2) How many collection points are there now in:
(a) The Central Business District?
(c) Surry Hills?
(e) The Kings Cross, Woolloomooloo, Potts Point postcode 2011 area?
(3) What action is being taken to increase the number of collection points in the inner city?
(4) How does the Government provide for larger apartment buildings to operate in-house collection points?
(a) How many of these are available in the inner city?
(5) How does the Government provide for collection points at major supermarkets and train stations?
(a) How many of these are operating in the inner city?
(6) What plans does the Government have to improve access to Return and Earn collection points in the inner city?
(3) Under TOMRA Cleanaway's recently extended service delivery period, there is a requirement for the number of return points to be commensurate with population size in Sydney's metropolitan areas. There is a further requirement to deploy an additional automated return point in the City of Sydney Local Government Area.
(4) Apart from the requirement for the number of return points to be commensurate with population size in Sydney's metropolitan areas, TOMRA Cleanaway is investigating deploying small format machines that will be better suited to high-density areas.
(5) TOMRA Cleanaway often co-locates automated return points in and around shopping centres. TOMRA Cleanaway is also investigating small format machines that could be deployed at, in or near space-limited shopping areas, retail outlets and train stations.
(a) There is one Over the Counter (OTC) return point located in Millers Point, a Donation Point (DP) located at Martin Place Station, one OTC located at Darling Harbour, one OTC located at Ultimo, and two DPs located in Haymarket.
(6) Refer to response to Question 3.
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