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We’re excited to share with you that our July Drive for Goods was a huge success we have extended the service and are now open every Friday and Saturday afternoon! We had over 100 givers come through our contactless declutter drive-through at our Morningside Circular Economy Precinct. Locals were thrilled
Circular Economy, Declutter, Dormant goods, Resource Recovery, social enterprise, Sustainability, Sustainable Development Goals, Uncategorized
Who watched the Fight For Planet A series recently? The series has really highlighted Australia’s current position with regards to climate change and focused on 3 areas we can work on: energy generation, transportation and food. Energy Generation We were shocked to hear the magnitude of Australia’s emissions and the
Circular Economy, Sustainability, Uncategorized
When it comes to clothing, second life is my first choice! In the past shopping secondhand often held quite the stigma – if it wasn’t new, it wasn’t worth it. It’s only recently that the stereotype has shifted, and this can be attributed to the simultaneous rise of vintage fashion
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I love the statement “there’s no time to waste”. Whether it’s food, clothing, furniture, I’m a firm believer that everything can be reused, repurposed or at the very least recycled and will try my very best to make it happen. Sometimes it’s easy and other times it’s not so easy,
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July is a month known for many occasions – Dry July, Christmas in July…but did you know that it’s also the time to reduce your plastic consumption? Plastic Free July is an annual initiative turned global movement designed to challenge individuals to reduce the amount of single-use plastic in their
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