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Inspiration For Transformation – Charitable Recycling Conference

Source Waste Management Review. The Charitable Recycling Australia National Conference 2022 will be in Sydney at the Novotel Sydney Central on 17-18 October. Leaders of the charitable reuse and recycling sector will be in attendance, along with governments, councils, suppliers and consultants, to address the theme  Inspiration for Transformation. The two-day conference,  to be opened by…

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Small Act, Big Impact

Source: Sustainability Victoria. You can make a big impact on Victoria’s sustainable future with small actions like emptying food and liquid from your recycling and planning weekday dinners. By emptying any food and liquid from containers before putting them into your recycling bin, you’ll help keep the whole load clean and we can turn more…

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Small Act, Big Impact

Source: Sustainability Victoria. Small acts, like putting the right things into the right bins, remembering to take your reusables when you leave home or sticking to your shopping list, have a big impact on our environment. Creating a more sustainable future starts with your small acts Together we can have a big impact by making…

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International Composting Awareness Week Australia – May 1-7 2022

Source: International Composting Awareness Week Australia. International Compost Awareness Week Australia (ICAW), is a week of activities, events and publicity to improve awareness of the importance of  compost, a valuable organic resource and to promote compost use, knowledge and products. We can compost to help scrap carbon pollution by avoiding landfilling organic materials and helping to build healthier…

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UNSSC and MWRRG Circular Economy Leadership Course

Source: MWRRG. Collaboration, investment and risk-taking needed on the road to creating circular cities It is hard to believe that week four of the six week United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC) and Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group (MWRRG) circular economy (CE) leadership course has already passed. These last few weeks have provided a remarkable opportunity…

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Tips To Help You Remember Your Reusable Bags

Source: Sustainability Victoria. Reusable fruit and veg bags (sometimes called produce bags) are small, lightweight and durable bags made of mesh or cotton that help your food to breathe. They can be used instead of plastic bags which are often thrown away after only one use Produce bags can be purchased at retailers and supermarkets…

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Bass Coast Edible Gardens – Open Weekend 19-20 Feb

Coordinated and curated by the Bass Coast Adult Learning Centre and hosted by local gardeners, Bass Coast Edible Gardens is an annual, two-day festival showcasing a wide range of regional food gardens. This event is designed to give you access to experts, to provide insight and show what’s possible. Whether you are a beginner, an…

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Managing Coronavirus Waste At Home

Source: EPA. How to dispose of rapid antigen tests (RATs) from households How to dispose of personal protective equipment (PPE) from households Find out more…

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Have A Sustainable School Year

With the new school year just around the corner, there is an array of information out there on how we can all make 2022 a bit more sustainability focused without it having a big impact on the hip-pocket. Below are some links to useful tips and ideas to help you and your kids maximise resources…

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Waste Expo Australia Goes Online – Oct 19 to 21

 Source: Waste Management Review Waste Expo Australia is taking its conference online this month. Across four sessions, from 19 October, 2021 to 21 October, the virtual conference will bring together more than 30 leading experts to discuss the latest developments, challenges and opportunities facing the waste management and resource recovery industry. The free conference is the…

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