Are you a gardening guru, working hard to reduce your waste, reminding your family and friends to recycle right, or teaching your neighbours to compost?
Local Casey resident Claire Heffernan lives by these attributes and is our first Green Living in Casey Champion!
Claire volunteers with the local Boomerang Bags group who make reusable cloth shopping bags, while she and her family compost their food and garden scraps, and also opts for reusable plastic containers for leftovers.
Claire’s top three green living tips:
- Take your own shopping bags, produce bags and esky when shopping.
- Use cloth nappies – they are easy to use and the washing machine does all the work!
- Start composting – keep a container in your kitchen for scraps and empty it into an outdoor compost bin once it’s full.
To read Claire’s full story visit the Green Living in Casey Facebook group.
Interested in becoming a Green Living in Casey Champion?
The City of Casey’s Sustainability and Waste team is looking for more Green Living in Casey Champions who can help promote and encourage sustainable living by sharing their green living stories.
Whether you are just starting your green living journey, are a keen composter or gardener, or work hard to reduce your waste – Casey residents who are interested in and committed to sustainable living are encouraged to apply.
Green Living in Casey Champions will be interviewed and featured in Council publications such as our environmental e-newsletter and Facebook or Instagram pages to help us share sustainable living tips.