The Australian Packaging Covenant (APC) is a sustainable packaging initiative which aims to change the culture of business to design more sustainable packaging, increase recycling rates and reduce packaging litter.
It’s time to go public with your recycling, as City of Gold Coast rolls out more recycling bins across more locations around the city, funded by the Australian Packaging Covenant.
A Burdekin Shire Council project has helped local businesses understand recycling and reduce the amount of recyclable packaging going to landfill.
A state-of-the-art cardboard compactor, which will boost recycling of cardboard, help to reduce the amount of cardboard litter and cut the number of cardboard collection trucks on our roads, is being commissioned on Thursday, 26 March by the Yarra City Council.Tweets by @APCovenant
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This project aims to maximise recycling of industrial and consumer packaging at many of Victoria’s major university campuses
It is anticipated that the project will divert approximately 4,750 tonnes of recyclables.
A guide to completing your organisation's annual report using the APC's online annual reporting template.
A major redesign and refurbishment of the Kurrajong Recycler’s Wagga Wagga MRF