Foreshadowing the state’s new waste levy introduced on 1 July, this year, the partnership has diverted more than 600 tonnes of bulk food waste from landfill since the middle of last year.
This week was full of helpful guides to help green your business and your community. Plus a new compostable product you can drink to, a festival for our build environment and more!
Here’s what’s new in the world of sustainable events, products and services.
There are now more electric vehicle charging areas than there are petrol stations in the UK. Australia has a way to go to catch up.
It’s Keep Australia Beautiful week in Australia, and this year’s focus is on respecting our roadsides. The campaign is imploring motorists to do the right thing by not littering from their cars and to report anyone they see offending.
Urban farming and stormwater harvesting company Biofilta has partnered with injection moulding company Von Pace Group to launch “FoodCube”, a product that could to transform city spaces into highly productive, efficient urban farms.
In a 2018 survey conducted by the City of Helsinki, two thirds of its residents identified the climate crisis as their major concern for the city’s future. Less than a year later, the City responded with “Think Sustainably”.
The technology was also used on the world’s first solar powered trains, launched in Byron Bay last year.
Australians have a well earned reputation for their inventiveness and breakthroughs, no less than in the sustainability field.
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