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1.4 million plastic items removed - Plastic Free Noosa
Plastic Free Noosa Removes 1.4 million Plastic Takeaway Items It's official! Boomerang Alliance's Plastic Free Noosa program has successfully eliminated more than 1.4 million items...
Enoch invites QLD to 'Cash In Your Containers'
QLD GOVERNMENT MEDIA RELEASE - It's time to cash in your containers Queensland, get your cans and bottles ready – Queensland’s container refund scheme, Containers...
Queensland launch 10 cent container refunds
Boomerang Alliance welcomes the next state, Queensland, to introduce a 10 cent container refund scheme. This means that, with Western Australia and the ACT to...
EU backs directive to ban single-use plastics
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly backed legislation to cull a range of single-use plastics with readily available alternatives, by 2021.
Microplastic discovered in humans for first time
New findings have discovered microplastic in humans for the first time.
Queensland Container Refunds starts Nov 1
The Queensland Container Deposit Scheme commences on Thursday, November 1st 2018. Is your organisation ready to share in the benefits of the scheme?
Noosa Tri Takes a Sustainable Step Forward
NOOSA TRIATHLON MEDIA RELEASE: 23 October, 2018 In an exciting new initiative, the Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival has joined the circular economy, with fully...
IAN KIERNAN: HEROIC, DETERMINED, INSPIRING
MEDIA RELEASE: 17 October, 2018 Today's passing of Ian Kiernan is a great loss to the Australian community. Boomerang Alliance Director, Jeff Angel, reflects on...
BA to run WA CTC program with Town of Bassendean
MEDIA RELEASE - 9 October 2018 Boomerang Alliance has taken the first step to bring its highly successful Communities Taking Control (CTC) program to WA...
2025 National Packaging Targets – is it enough?
Business, industry and the not-for-profit sector joined the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation* (APCO) in Melbourne on September 26th to mark the official announcement of the...