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The new Which Bin statewide recycling education campaign has launched!Which Bin Episode 1. In which we meet Vinnie and family, as they learn to recycle better and 'which bin' to use. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good to see that KESAB environmental solutions was a key supporter with input to this good campaign. It was fun - and that is good for TV. Thumbs UP 👍

It's so good! I've been playing around with it to see if I've been putting things in the right bin 😅

2 weeks ago

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There are a couple of seats left on this tour for Tea Tree Gully residents! Call us on 8234 7255 or email admin@kesab.asn.au to book!City of Tea Tree Gully residents, it is your turn for a Beyond the Kerb Waste and Recycling Tour.

Friday 17 May
9am - 2.50pm

Call KESAB on 8234 7255 or email admin@kesab.asn.au
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There are a couple of seats left on this tour for Tea Tree Gully residents!  Call us on 8234 7255 or email admin@kesab.asn.au  to book!

 

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Gary Moran Michael Palamountain unley tour coming up soon.

Meredeth Brown

Mmmmm. Sounds interesting.

International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW) is the largest and most comprehensive education initiative of the compost industry.

The theme for this year is Cool the Climate - Compost! Recognising the connection between soil health and climate. By composting, carbon captured by plants from the atmosphere is returned to the soil. In addition, the compost, when returned to the soil, provides resistance to drought and disease, adds nutrients, improve its workability and reduce the release of nitrous oxide.
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International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW) is the largest and most comprehensive education initiative of the compost industry. 

The theme for this year is Cool the Climate - Compost! Recognising the connection between soil health and climate. By composting, carbon captured by plants from the atmosphere is returned to the soil. In addition, the compost, when returned to the soil, provides resistance to drought and disease, adds nutrients, improve its workability and reduce the release of nitrous oxide.

It's International Composting Awareness week!By Judy Choi 480x270 ... See MoreSee Less

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