China’s ban on waste imports could kick start a creative and sustainable recycling industry in Australia.
Waste and Recycling
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 Sydney based waste collection company was the first to receive certification under GECA’s new Waste Collection Services Standard, and for good reason.
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.
BioPak offers sustainable alternatives to single use food service items and a “really simple, hyper local” composting service to combat Sydney’s worsening recycling crisis.
This creative catering company uses left over coffee grounds for its coffee vinaigrette, excess fat in candles and herbs from the community garden.
“We believe there’s a really strong correlation between sustainability, recycling, re-purposing and community.”