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Eco cleaning is a really easy and effective way to clean your home without harsh chemicals. As our lives become busier it can be really easy to buy brightly coloured cleaning products that promise to clean your home effortlessly in 30 seconds. But sometimes we forget to stop and think what is inside these brightly …

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Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of turning waste materials and old, used or unwanted products into new materials or items of better use or quality – creative upcycling! MIDWASTE is running Creative Upcycling workshops to teach you how to get creative with old stuff and turn them into something useful and …

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  Scraps to Soil is a new home composting & worm farming workshop program that teaches you how to compost in your home and turn your kitchen and garden scraps into amazing food for your garden and soil! The workshops will cover the basics of getting started with composting and worm farming at home and …

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The Frugal Forest was exhibited in four locations (and Maitland) during 2016/17 in the MIDWASTE region and was visited by more than 24 000 people. The exhibition was incredibly well received and was the 2016 winner of the Communication, Education and Empowerment Award at the LGNSW Excellence in the Environment Awards. Have a read of the …

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Reducing your waste Plastic Detox: Deplastify your life Midwaste Bin Trim

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Click to go to the Love Food Hate Waste website Midwaste continues to support the NSW Government program Love Food Hate Waste, which aims to reduce the amount of food waste that ends up in landfill – Every year, NSW households throw away more than 800,000 tonnes of edible food. Households currently spend an average …

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Impact Environmental conducted this study on behalf of Midwaste and Kempsey Shire Council during 2005. The aim of the project was to investigate the viability of constructing and operating a Reuse/Buyback centre at a medium sized landfill (Kempsey). Download file ( PDF, 987KB)  

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