Rethinking waste this National Recycling Week

Rethinking waste this National Recycling Week

  7 November 2022 National Recycling Week was founded by Planet Ark in 1996 as an opportunity for Australians to take waste and recycling into their own hands by improving their recycling knowledge and building better recycling habits. This National Recycling...
Make 2022 even more plastic-free

Make 2022 even more plastic-free

14 January 2022 The problems caused by plastics, and their breakdown into even more minute microplastic particles that litter our entire planet, are well-documented and make striving for a plastic-free future a goal. Alternatives are available, so with the help of our...

Queensland Expanding Single-Use Plastics Ban

6 December 2021 Wildlife Queensland and the Boomerang Alliance of 56 NGOs have welcomed the announcement of consultation on a second nation-leading tranche of single-use plastic items to be banned in Queensland. These items include problem plastics habitually littered...
Keep cafes, restaurants plastic-free

Keep cafes, restaurants plastic-free

13 May 2020   Wildlife Queensland and its partner The Boomerang Alliance have welcomed the reopening of cafes, restaurants and food outlets, as long as they can be managed as COVID-safe places. “The key practices of these outlets must be to observe social...

Plastic Free Council Event Guide released

23 July 2019   Wildlife Queensland’s partner, The Boomerang Alliance, has released a comprehensive Plastic Free Council Event Guide to provide councils with advice on how to reduce plastic use as part of tackling plastic pollution. The Guide is also available to...

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