VICTORIA, have your say on the design of Victoria's container deposit scheme. Say YES to a clean CDS!
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NSW - Act Now on Plastic Pollution!

NSW - Act Now on Plastic Pollution! We need your support to push the Environment Minister into quick action.
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Federal Parliament to vote on waste and plastic pollution law - Act Now!

We need your help to make the new Waste and Plastic Pollution law, which will be debated in the Senate on 9 November, effective.
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Zero Plastic Pollution

'At least 8 million tonnes of plastic leak into the ocean every year. By 2025 the oceans will contain one tonne of plastic for every three tonnes of fish and by 2050 more plastic than fish' - Joint EM Foundation/World Economic Forum Report Davos 2016
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Plastic Free Places

This is the next step to reducing plastic pollution - coordinated community action away from single-use plastic! Our program can be implemented by us in any community to achieve long lasting changes away from single-use plastic.
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Cash For Containers

We have all seen the litter. It’s hard to miss. Actually every minute no less than 15,000 bottles and cans are littered or landfilled in Australia. This represents more packaging waste per person than many overseas countries. Insane isn't it? Fortunately a simple solution is at hand. It is called Cash for Containers or Container Deposit Scheme (CDS).
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What a waste!

For many decades used products and materials were just dumped on land and in the ocean, and some were burnt. It was only after significant community concern that landfilling became unpopular and incinerators were shut. And as our standard of living increased and we consumed more things, we began to waste an enormous amount of resources as well as the energy used to mine and manufacture them.
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E-Waste

Tens of millions of items of electronic waste, from laptops, to old monitors and TVs and smaller products are dumped into landfill every year. They contain highly toxic materials as well as rare precious metals. Many other countries have had e-waste recycling schemes for years, but Australia has lagged behind with a paltry 17% recycling rate for TVs and computers and much less for other items. It’s just not good enough.
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SUPtember

As part of the Boomerang Alliance Zero Plastic Pollution Campaign, we are launching SUPTEMBER! A whole month dedicated to getting rid of Single Use Plastics by inspiring and mobilising our supporters to take action.
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Past Campaigns

Read about our past campaigns such as mattress recycling and toxic tyres.
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