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2,300 Tonnes of Food and Garden Organics Recycled in Byron Shire

Originally published in the BYRON BAY BLOG. For more information about this publication or the beautiful Byron Bay area, click here . For more information on the Compost-A-Pak liners used in the program, click here Congratulations Byron Shire! You have … Continue reading

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Why Can’t Bins Be Sexy?

Can Bins add the the beauty of their location?  Can they build on the stories which make a community unique?  Putting the design responsibility for public place bins into the hands of local communities and their representatives, is resulting in amazing … Continue reading

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COMING SOON- COMPOST-A-PAK BIN COVERS

Looking for a cost effective solution to increase recycling at your next event? We are really excited to be introducing our new Compost-A-Pak Bin Covers. Available for Landfill, Recycling and Organics, these 240 MGB bin covers feature full graphics and … Continue reading

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TALKING TO EXPERTS – RECYCLING IN THE COMMUNITY

The Resource Recovery Team at Bankstown City Council have a motto that reflects their passion, “Lets change the world, one bin at a time!”  And the team are indeed changing the world, having amazing success changing the behaviours of hundreds … Continue reading

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COMMUNITY GARDENS- PROMOTING MODERN SUSTAINABLE LIVING

There has been significant growth in community gardens, both internationally, and in Australia particularly in the last 10 years. The benefits for participants in terms of social, health, cultural and economic benefits are well documented and understood. However increasingly, community … Continue reading

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