Latest single-use plastics News

Switch To Reusables And Win This Plastic Free July
Plastic Free July Activities In Ballina Shire
Mayor Joins Challenge For Plastic Free July
Plastic Free July: Small Steps Make Big Difference
2022-23 Sustainability Report Released
Council opens the doors to savvy savings at Sustainability Centre open day
Global study finds more than half of branded plastic pollution linked to 56 companies
If plastic manufacturing goes up 10%, plastic pollution goes up 10% – and we’re set for a huge surge in production
SodaStream Empowers Consumers Towards Greener Living
Earth Day 2024 “Planet Vs. Plastic”: Bayside
Supporting Niue On Their Plastic-free Journey
New Report on Single Use Plastics Products Focuses on Mitigation Strategies
St Kilda artist Carolyn Cardinet turns trash into treasure with her latest work, ‘Plastic Rain’
IATA Announces Winner Of 2024 FACE-UP Competition
Coffee cups in WA to go compostable with single-use plastic ban
Clean Up Parkes This Clean Up Australia Day
Soft Plastics Unwrapped – Good, Bad And Alternatives
Step up in Australia’s fastest growing start-up capital
Bring Your Own Water Bottle
New circular economy roadmap reveals how to reduce plastic waste in India
Energy Breakthrough partners with Central Highlands Water to Choose Ta
Two Year Review of our CERP
We need a global treaty to solve plastic pollution – acid rain and ozone depletion show us why
Tackling single-use plastics in Pacific
Millions of single-use plastic pieces avoided
Rio Tinto becomes official aluminium partner of the Montreal Canadiens
Coles now offering compostable bags in fruit & veg section in all South Australian stores
New items banned from today as SA moves to eliminate single use plastics
New single-use plastic bans come into effect
Enforcement begins under Stage 2 of WA’s Plan for Plastics
Circular economy action starts with new laws
Exciting new mural calls to people to protect our ocean
Single-use plastic promotional film next on WA’s banned list
Residents reminded to keep soft plastics out of the recycling bin
Tri-state September plastics bans welcome but national consistency still needed to minimise complexity
Clean up at Puckeys Reserve shows need to go plastic free – Wollongong
Makes sea creatures with Carolyn Cardinet this Science Week
Grants to boost environmental and climate change projects
Friday five: How to embrace Plastic Free July – Wollongong
The looming 840,000 tonne waste problem that isn’t single-use plastics
Swinburne alum champions sustainable travel
CEFC Cornerstone investor in Adamantem’s Environmental Opportunities Fund
National packaging standards a promising step towards circular economy 
IATA and UNEP to Address Key Environmental Challenges in Aviation Including Single-Use Plastics
Australia supports limits on plastic production at global negotiations
ACT Retailers need more than a month to prepare for next round of plastics bans
ACT bans more plastics but drops plan to ditch plastic takeaway containers & polystyrene packaging