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Dataset 1: Waste Collection Weeks - CSV
Brisbane City Council algorithm used to calculate the collection day of service.
If the ZONE for the address matches the zone for the week, it is the yellow bin. If not, it is the green and red bins. This may be confusing as people may not understand why the word ZONE is used.
People have to look out for both the WEEK_STARTING and the ZONE, so they may get confused.
only goes up to 23/10/2023, so data is out of data and must be updated
Dataset 2: Waste Collection Days - CSV
Brisbane City Council csv file containing all residential properties and their day of service for bin collection.
data only goes to 2024, which means that data will need to continually be updated each year
updated quarterly, which means that data is updated somewhat regularly
Impacts of Dataset 1
allows people to be more organised and know when to take their bins out
saves time by providing a service that allows people's rubbish to be picked up for them
issues with the data (e.g. hard to read) may make it hard to tell when to put out the right bin
the schedule makes a routine for people to follow that can be recognized by other people who live in the same area
improves the community by making waste collection easier
Brisbane City Council has to pay the truck drivers
residents pay rates to pay council for rubbish collection
Impacts of Dataset 2
Some residents will be unable to find their house if it's new
ZONES may confuse residents
Council will have to spend time and money updating the data every few years
users might feel exposed and unsafe about the fact that their address can be seen by the public