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Based in Victoria? Update your details ahead of the e-waste to landfill ban

Date: 12-Jun-19
Author: Liam Taylor
The Victorian ban on e-waste to landfill will come into effect from 1 July, 2019. If your recycling business operates in Victoria, make sure the details of what you accept for recycling is up to date to help consumers find your services.

Thank you for participating in the Business Recycling User Survey

Date: 12-Jun-19
Author: Liam Taylor
A big thank you to all those who participated in the Business Recycling User Survey. The many responses received will help us ensure that we address the concerns most relevant to users and provide the most valuable service possible.

Planet Ark partners with Alliance Paper to provide safer paper products to Aussie businesses

Date: 12-Jun-19
Author: Rachael Ridley
Planet Ark is proud to announce our partnership with Alliance Paper. The collaboration will encourage businesses to choose safer paper products for our health and the environment.

Planet Ark meets Australia's new environment minister

Date: 12-Jun-19
Author: Liam Taylor
The Hon. Sussan Ley visited Planet Ark on Wednesday last week to celebrate World Environment Day and announce government support for our newest project, the National Circular Economy Hub & Marketplace.

Planet Ark Power and Regis Aged Care partnership to build a brighter future

Date: 12-Jun-19
Author: Rachel Rayner
Planet Ark is proud to be a part of Regis Aged Care's ongoing efforts to be a leader in sustainability.

Everyday Enviro with Elise - 2040, a welcome message of hope

Date: 04-Jun-19
Author: Elise Catterall
Elise reviews 2040, a film that explores the many possible solutions to the current ecological crisis that are already in existence.

The disaster zone turned wildlife haven

Date: 04-Jun-19
Author: Liam Taylor
At the site of one of the world's worst nuclear accidents in history, rare and endangered animals are thriving without human populations to compete with.

"Blue belt" expansion establishes UK as global leader in marine conservation

Date: 04-Jun-19
Author: Liam Taylor
An area almost eight times the size of Greater London is being set aside for marine conservation in a highly positive move for ocean protection.

Philippine students graduating with a green thumb

Date: 04-Jun-19
Author: Jennifer McMillan
The Philippines has put forward a bill that requires all students from elementary school to college to plant trees as a prerequisite to graduate.

Sustainable printing? Yes, it is possible!

Date: 03-Jun-19
Author: Claire Bell
For many of us, printing is still necessary at times. To make this activity as sustainable as possible we've come up with five tips to better printing.

Planet Ark celebrates 20 years with Toyota Australia for National Tree Day

Date: 03-Jun-19
Author: Simone Horder
This year Planet Ark will launch a pilot seedling bank program with the help of National Tree Day sponsor Toyota Australia that aims to give communities around Australia the resources they need to connect with nature and fight the effects of climate change.

Australia's tallest timber building to top-up Melbourne Central

Date: 30-May-19
Author: David Rowlinson
Diversified property major GPT Group will build Australia's largest timber building, a premium 12-level office tower, on top of the Melbourne Central shopping mall, which itself sits above a metro train station.

 

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