The Federal Government is calling for public submissions so Australia can Rethink Waste

Do you think more should be done to better manage Australia’s waste? Yes – So do we! So we welcome the Federal Government’s inquiry into Waste and Recycling. Our government would like to hear from interested people, organisations and agencies … Continue reading “The Federal Government is calling for public submissions so Australia can Rethink Waste”

Inquiry into Waste and Recycling in Victoria

The Parliamentary inquiry into recycling and waste management received over 700 written submissions. This shows there is interest and concern and that people want our government to take action. When I started looking into this inquiry, as President of Zero … Continue reading “Inquiry into Waste and Recycling in Victoria”

Bin-free high school: Melbourne Girls’ College’s National Parks Scheme (NPS)

Melbourne Girls’ College (MGC) has made some big headlines this year being the first secondary school in Australia to go bin-free, a massive statement that is part of their ‘National Parks Scheme’. We had a chat with Lucy Skelton, student … Continue reading “Bin-free high school: Melbourne Girls’ College’s National Parks Scheme (NPS)”

Hiruni from Northcote Bakeshop – Working With The Community and Customers To Create Change

We talk to Hiruni Peiris, the owner of Northcote Bakeshop, who has been working hard to reduce the bakery’s footprint and is trying to make it completely waste free, about making a business less wasteful, encouraging customers to be less wasteful, … Continue reading “Hiruni from Northcote Bakeshop – Working With The Community and Customers To Create Change”

Melbourne Farmers Markets – From No Plastic Bags To No Bins

Melbourne Farmers Markets (MFM) has gone a few steps beyond no plastic bags and no single-use coffee cups, implementing numerous zero waste initiatives with the aim of being completely waste free. The first time I visited one of its markets, … Continue reading “Melbourne Farmers Markets – From No Plastic Bags To No Bins”