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War On Waste - What can Australia learn from Norway?

Norway is often billed as a guiding light in the international war on plastic waste. With their container deposit scheme frequently reported as ‘the best...
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Justin Field, Greens: 'NSW enviro platform a joke!'

Hitting the beach with his two year-old son Banjo, NSW Greens MP Justin Field had a horrifying realization.  ‘I grew up on the beach picking...
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Industry and Community fight plastic packaging

Industry giants and community groups JOIN FORCES to tackle Australia's plastic packaging waste crisis                       ...
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Natures Organics: Future of Sustainable Packaging

Plastic packaging is under attack in the war on waste. At the end of April, Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg announced 'all packaging would be recyclable, compostable...
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The Do's and Dont's of Recycling

Think you know how to recycle? Think again as Boomerang Allliance's Jayne Paramor talks to News.com.au through the Do's and Don'ts of recycling    ...
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Woolworths Kicks Off Plastic Bag Attack

June 20 - It's a Red Letter Day here at Boomerang Alliance as Woolworths' highly anticipated lightweight plastic bag ban finally comes into effect -...
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THE BIG BOTTLE TOUR ON ABC NEWS

After 2500kms, 10 towns and thousands of collected containers, the successful Big Bottle Tour culminated with special deliveries to the electoral offices of Victorian Premier...
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Seabin Project: Breathing life into the oceans

Pete Ceglinski, CEO and co-founder, Seabin Project Disillusioned by the rising level of plastic waste in the waters off Perth, Pete Ceglinski felt compelled to...
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Why Waste to Energy is not the solution

As Councils and Local Government authorities across Australia consider Waste to Energy as a solution to the current recycling crisis, Boomerang Alliance explains why burning...
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Recycling Crisis or Opportunity?

27 April 2018:  Environment groups described today’s Environment Ministers’ meeting as a ‘work in progress’, with Ministers yet to prove that they have adequately responded...
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