Cloth nappy ballot
|Principal Petitioner||Sarah Webb, Corinda|
|Closing Date||Sat, 28 Apr 2018|
|No. of signatures||111 signatures (View signatures)|
Residents draw to the attention of Council the prospect of implementing a cloth nappy ballot. Such a ballot is currently in place in parts of Victoria and South Australia. The ballot enables residents who utilise cloth nappies to enter their names into a regular ballot. If successful, they are awarded a prize such as a 50% rebate on their outlay towards cloth nappies to a maximum of $300. This incentive assists Council in achieving its desire of reducing waste output by residents, at a minimum cost.
Implementation of an incentive scheme to attract residents to utilise cloth, rather then disposable, nappies.