- Strategic planning and policy development
- Community engagement, surveys and stakeholder consultation
- Business waste programs
- School recycling programs and sustainability networks
- Waste-wise events and public place recycling programs
- Waste auditing
- Research and pilot programs
- Development of waste education materials
- Development of operational resources such as guidelines, tools and templates
Waste Education Plan - Kempsey Shire Counil
360green worked with KSC to produce a plan of attack to 2015, including timing, costing and KPI's for a wide range of programs.
Kerbside Recycling Audit - JR Richards and Sons
A detailed audit of recyclables from Port Macquarie-Hastings and Kempsey Shire Council areas was conducted to assess participation and contamination rates.
"The audit was planned and conducted with a minimum of fuss and a good understanding of stakeholder needs. On time, under budget, no incidents, good analysis and recommendations – an excellent outcome." Matt Dowse, Operations Manager, JR Richards and Sons.
Business Waste Reduction Program - Midwaste Regional Waste Forum
Ongoing since 2011, this program has included two business surveys, a business mentoring program and production of a suite of resources for business waste management.
"I must commend Jem as I found it the best publication and toolkit I've come across for this sector. It is interesting, written in plain English, great references to case studies and facts and the worksheets are well explained and straightforward and all available electronically free of charge!" John Cavanagh, Manager Waste, Health & Regulatory Services, Great Lakes Council.
Bin Trim Pilot Program - NSW EPA
The Bin Trim tool was developed by NSW Environmental Protection Authority for businesses to assess waste avoidance and reduction potential. 360green conducted the Pilot Program in the New England Tablelands and Tamworth regions, conducting site visits and providing support for implementation while also reporting to EPA for refinement of the tool. The Bin Trim tool is now publically available and has a range of supporting resources - click here to view.