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Is my Takeaway Coffee Cup Recyclable?

In the hectic morning rush, it’s not unusual to see someone briefly pause over a recycling station, pondering if their takeaway coffee cup is recyclable. It’s no wonder people are confused with various takeaway cup designs often promoting ‘Green Symbols’ … Continue reading

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Compost-A-Pak® Landfill & Recycling Liners

Many of our customers are aiming to reduce their waste to Landfill, and after recyclables, and organics have been diverted, plastics are usually the most common contributor. A powerful way to reduce this waste is to lead by example and … Continue reading

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CDS, a unique chance to support local charities

In SA last year, the Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) raised almost $60 million annually for charities and community groups. It’s a powerful testament of the success of the program, which also improves litter and recycling rates. NSW is the third state to announce … Continue reading

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Litter… It’s getting personal!

Research suggests a person’s emotional attachment to a location may influence their propensity to litter. It’s a theory being tested with a new wave of National Park Bins, leveraging local images and local messages to emotionally connect with the community. … Continue reading

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Are you good to FOGO?

We are excited to read the following article about another successful FOGO program, which features educational material presented to the user every time they divert food waste, courtesy of our innovative Kitchen Caddy’s inmould label. Congratulations to the Shellharbour City … Continue reading

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