Abbott unveils waste action website plan as Rudd criticizes Abbott for ‘racketeering’
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has set up an action website for Australians to report waste that could cost the Government millions.
Mr Abbott says «waste collection is보성출장마사지 not just a waste industry», but also Australia’s largest employer and a source of jobs.
The site, ‘Wastebooks Australia’, will collect waste from every sector and will give Australians the ability to make complaints and report incidents.
Mr Abbott says Australians who report waste can use the site to complain to banks, solicitors, the Federal Government, the Department of the Environment and the아산안마 federal health department.
He also said there were 3,000 jobs generated by waste collection and he wanted the waste to be a source of energy or fuel.
Mr Abbott has previously faced criticism over his approach towards waste and has said he had a «plan in place» to address it.
The website will feature a ‘waste-watcher’ tagline and will feature an interactive map where Australians can send in their complaints.
He says the Government’s own data and audit show about $3 billion worth of waste is handled우리 카지노 in the country, but Mr Abbott says they have «no idea what that amounts to».
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