Deciphering the plastic codes. What do the numbers on plastics really mean, are they recyclable?

The number 1 to 7  found on the bottom of plastics is not a recycling symbol but rather a plastic...

Why waste your old clothing? Is donating it to charity really the best option?

The rise of fast fashion in Australia means 6,000 kilograms of clothing is dumped in landfill every 10...

Please keep hazardous chemicals and batteries out.

Hazardous waste must NOT be placed in any of your household waste, recycling bin or green...

No clothes please – or textiles/fabric in the recycling bin!

It seems to be a common misunderstanding that by placing clothing, footwear and textiles in the recycle bi...

Back to school...back to school, please don't waste things like a fool!

When preparing for your children going back to school consider how you can avoid, reduce, reuse, recy...

It's a New Year...so why waste it?

Make a New Year’s resolution to recycle more and waste less! Avoid or red...

Spring Clean

Why waste it? Spring time is a great time to declutter and clean up. Here are five easy steps to declutteri...

Food, glorious food, let's not waste it!

Christmas time is typically a time when we prepare and eat lots of delicious food…but why waste it? Many...

Remember to recycle it! Most gift, drink and food packaging can be recycled.

Please recycle in your yellow lidded recycling bin: Please ens...

Let's avoid, reduce and reuse waste this Christmas!

With Christmas just around the corner, here’s some great ways you can avoid, reduce and re-use waste, whic...

Aluminium foil trays and wrapping are 100% recyclable

Aluminium foil is 100% recyclable and recycling it saves 95% of the energy required to produce aluminium from ...

ALL food can go in the green bin

Which bin? Food scraps including citrus, onion, dairy, meat, bones, fish, fruit and vegetable scraps can all be...