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Hey guys, just wondering if Midwaste has considered holding any classes/workshops to teach people what can and can't be recycled? I find it a little confusing at times and would love to make sure I'm recycling the right things. ... See MoreSee Less

Midwaste Regional Waste ForumHi Stevie Raymond, great thinking - we will look into that idea!

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Midwaste Regional Waste Forum shared 1 Million Women's Tips For Going Plastic Free.

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Who's joining us in Plastic Free July? Here are our top tips for avoiding all that pesky plastic!

Reuse Reduce RecycleMidwaste Regional Waste Forum (Midwaste) comprises six Councils located on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. Bellingen Shire, Coffs Harbour City and Nambucca Shire form the northern sub-region, Kempsey Shire and Port Macquarie-Hastings form the mid sub-region and Mid Coast Council comprise the southern sub-region. Together, the 6 Midwaste Councils encompass approximately 21,000 square kilometres.

Major industries in the region are farming and logging and the coast is a popular destination for tourists, families and retirees. Seasonal variations in population, due to the influx of tourists during the peak holiday periods, add a level of complexity to the region’s waste management. Waste generated from the additional population influences both the composition and the quantity of waste generated during the holiday seasons.


MIDWASTE is Proudly supported by these regional councils
Kempsey Shire Council
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
Coffs Harbour City Council
http://midcoast.gloucester.nsw.gov.au/
Gloucester Region
Bellingen Shire Council
Midcoast Council - Taree region
Taree Region
Nambucca Shire Council
Midcoast Council - Great LakesGreat Lakes Region

This program is supported by the NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.

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