Last year, Green Connect...

  • <p>Kept <b>1,990</b><strong> tonnes of waste</strong> out of landfill</p>

    Kept 1,990 tonnes of waste out of landfill

  • <p>Grew and distributed <strong>13,754kg of chemical free food</strong></p>

    Grew and distributed 13,754kg of chemical free food

  • <p>Employed <strong>114 former refugees and young people</strong></p>

    Employed 114 former refugees and young people

National Reconciliation Week starts today and there are some great resources at https://t.co/nTzh4Ugo7X. There's no time like the present to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, to share that... https://t.co/ZGOt1lplbL

More on the push for Plastic Free Port Kembla, and Plastic Free Wollongong. https://t.co/B9QZsdTMpq

All around the world, communities and countries are tackling waste issues, especially single-use plastic. Here’s a particularly interesting case study. https://t.co/BjuoT6WNAb

We love being part of the Port Kembla community and initiatives like this one to bring back the paper bag and reduce single-use plastic. Nice work, Port Kembla Chamber of Commerce! https://t.co/gy7fUF2TmH

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