Sydney city council reveals huge amount of rubbish left after New Year's ...

Sydney's streets littered with enough rubbish to fill an Olympic swimming pool after New Year's Eve as 300 workers work to clean up the mess City of Sydney reveals massive amount of rubbish to be cleaned after New Year Up to 300 cleaners are employed by the city to bring streets back to normal Spokesman said they collect enough rubbish to fill Olympic swimming pool 

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:09 GMT, 2 January 2020 | Updated: 02:13 GMT, 2 January 2020

View
comments

Rubbish dumped on Sydney's streets after New Year's Eve was enough to fill an Olympic size swimming pool. 

Director of City Services for the City of Sydney David Riordan said the council employs upwards of 300 people to clean up the streets after the celebrations. 

'If you can imagine a large Olympic swimming pool full of rubbish that’s what we collect in one night,' Mr Riordan said.

Workers for the City of Sydney collect enough rubbish after New Year's Eve celebrations to fill an entire Olympic sized swimming pool (a city worker pictured cleaning up)

Workers for the City of Sydney collect enough rubbish after New Year's Eve celebrations to fill an entire Olympic sized swimming pool (a city worker pictured cleaning up)

After hundreds of thousands of revelers leave the city after the fireworks (pictured) up to 300 City of Sydney employs descend on the streets to begin the clean up

After hundreds of thousands of revelers leave the city after the fireworks (pictured) up to 300 City of Sydney employs descend on the streets to begin the clean up

'And we are trying to make sure that a great percentage of that is diverted from land fill.' 

The

read more from dailymail.....

Get the latest news delivered to your inbox

Follow us on social media networks

PREV Civil servants are 'woefully unprepared' for 'seismic' changes planned by the ...
NEXT 'Onion Oracle' predicts rainfall with vegetable as German tradition reveals ...