We’re pleased to welcome both Ironbark Sustainability and Sustainable Australia Fund to the TGL family.
It’s a crucial time to focus on ways to make your business as efficient and effective as possible. And a big part of that is about staff motivation and attitude.
If you’re a solar installer and not quite sure how to take advantage of one of the attractive loan offers for environmental upgrades on the market before the end of this financial year, it might help to take one of the free weekly webinars on offer from Sustainable Australia Fund.
Like everyone else, here at The Green List we’ve been on the biggest roller coaster we hope to ever see. But now our resilient little ship is adjusting and starting to see some direction that we can aim for.
It’s hard to imagine any architectural firm or developer not deploying the latest 3D and 4D technology but one enterprising firm has spotted a gap in the market.
Could it be that finally, after years and years of hard work by the most dedicated committed people you’re likely to find in this country – among them our fabulous Greenlisters – the mainstream media is finally starting to “get” that sustainability and green buildings are where the real action is?
Justin Hatchett, left the corporate sector just 18 months ago to start up Green Furniture Hub and he’s on roll. His company that diverts office furniture from landfill has been operating for just 18 months and it’s growing – with staff and warehouses and a fleet of trucks in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
The Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association says worldwide demand for recyclables had plummeted since China’s ban but the cost of processing plastics and other materials has soared because buyers want much lower rates of contamination in the products.