Gosford MP Liesl Tesch is urging Peninsula residents to use the Service NSW Kiosk IN Woy Woy's Deepwater Plaza as much as possible, after the State Government granted it a 12 month reprieve.
Ms Tesch was made to leave parliament after being warned several times while commenting on the issue last month.
This morning, she told Sarah and Paddy locals can help show the government how much a fully-fledged Service office is needed on the Peninsula.
Ms Tesch is set to raise the illegal dumping at Mangrove Mountain when Parliament sits again today.
It comes after local residents group the Mountain Districts Association asked Premier Gladys Berejiklian to establish a commission of inquiry - into how the EPA allowed half a million tonnes of waste to be dumped in the area - last Friday.