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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 10 Hansard (Friday, 8 October 2021) . . Page.. 3021 ..

Utilities (Technical Regulation) (Gas Safety and Network Operation Code) Approval 2021—Disallowable Instrument DI2021-217 (LR, 2 September 2021).

Utilities (Technical Regulation) (Gas Service and Installation Code) Approval 2021—Disallowable Instrument DI2021-219 (LR, 2 September 2021).

Utilities (Technical Regulation) (Light Rail Regulated Utility (Electrical) Network Boundary Code) Approval 2021—Disallowable Instrument DI2021-211 (LR, 26 August 2021).

Utilities (Technical Regulation) (Light Rail Regulated Utility (Electrical) Network Code) Approval 2021—Disallowable Instrument DI2021-210 (LR, 26 August 2021).

Utilities (Technical Regulation) (Regulated Utility Coordination Code) Approval 2021—Disallowable Instrument DI2021-212 (LR, 26 August 2021).

Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act—Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Amendment Regulation 2021 (No 1)—Subordinate Law SL2021-22 (LR, 22 September 2021).

Corflute recycling trial report

MR GENTLEMAN (Brindabella—Manager of Government Business, Minister for Corrections, Minister for Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety, Minister for Planning and Land Management and Minister for Police and Emergency Services) (3.16): Pursuant to standing order 211, I move:

That the Assembly take note of the following paper:

Corflute Recycling Trial report.

MR STEEL (Murrumbidgee—Minister for Skills, Minister for Transport and City Services and Special Minister of State) (3.16): I wish to speak to the tabling of the report on the pilot that was undertaken, the corflute recycling trial.

For the benefit of members, I originally intended that this document would be provided to the committee looking into the 2020 ACT election. That committee reported a little bit earlier than expected, so I am providing the report for the benefit of members, so that they can look at the outcomes of that trial, which has been very successful—in relation to not only political corflutes, but also the many community corflutes that are used every year to highlight the many events that occur around our city. In partnership with the manufacturer of corflutes, we have seen quite a significant tonnage of corflute material being recycled, with a very low contamination rate. This may be of interest to members when they are considering the outcomes of the inquiry into the 2020 ACT election and what reforms might be looked at in the future to address issues around political signage.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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