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Green Leaders cutting waste in schools

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Waste or resource?

MidWaste Regional Waste Forum (MidWaste) comprises six Councils located on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales working collectively to strategically manage waste on a regional scale.

Waste or Resource?

While it is inevitable that some materials, in our current economy, end up as waste, it is important to remember that all materials are actually resources and should be managed accordingly. Governments at all levels are increasingly focused on how to move from our current linear model of consumption (take, make, dispose) and towards a circular model (where the aim is to design waste out of the system).

What can you do?

The Waste Hierarchy sets up a framework for reducing our waste.

For items you really do need to dispose of, you can help us reduce what goes to landfill by using the services you can find in these pages (or on your council website) available to ensure we can recycle or appropriately dispose of all materials.

SAFETY FIRST

With great regret MidWaste has decided to cancel all scheduled workshops for the safety of our participants and facilitators.

We will review the COVID-19 situation on a regular basis to reassess our ability to provide our range of educational workshops to you all.

Thanks for understanding and stay safe and well.

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3 days ago

MidWaste
Ever visited a Community Recycling Centre? Our friendly team are ready to help and answer any questions. It’s a quick and free service. 👉 Find your nearest CRC at www.midwaste.org.au/community-recycling-centres-crc/MidCoast Council Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Kempsey Shire Council Nambucca Valley Council Coffs Harbour City Council Coffs Coast Waste Services Re-imagine Waste NSW Household Problem Wastes ... Close Post
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7 days ago

MidWaste
Following on from the first successful Festival Of New Thinking presentation and workshop, RethinkingBusiness, "Sustainability is imPOSSIBLE" will bring together local business leaders telling stories of how they adopted sustainable practices and cut the cost of doingbusiness – all while reducing their carbon footprint.Far from being a passing fad, organisations around the world have seen first-hand how environmental sustainability efforts are good for people, planet and profit.Closer to home, there are great examples of Coffs Coast businesses turning problems into opportunities.At the event on July 8, Faircloth & Reynolds, The Happy Frog, Gamumbi Early Childhood Centre, The Hilltop Store and Let Them Play Toys will share their already-tested sustainable solutions so you can apply them in your business.Also joining the event will be Alicia Cameron, business owner and founder of Plastic Free Port Stephens. Alicia will share insights and practical ideas she has gained working with a variety of industries, and help you understand solutions toplastic pollution and why this matters to your community and customers.Sustainability is ImPossible will also host the launch of the Sustainable Business Collective (SBC), a new group that will aim to bolster the Coffs Coast’s sustainable business profile, and form new partnerships and collaborations.6 degrees is an initiative of Coffs Harbour City Council supporting innovation, startups, and business growth. Find out more at 6degreesco.com.au.Registration: Registration is $15 and limited to 50 people. A light meal will be provided to all attendees.Register at: www.eventbrite.com.au/e/156450745391 ... Close Post
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MidWaste is Proudly supported by these regional councils

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