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The Take the Pledge Competition is in full swing. 19 winners so far!
Here is the leader board as it stands today! Inspections are happening again tomorrow. Remember - you need to be a City of Unley resident and have your take the pledge stickers on your bin to participate. Join in by registering online at unley.sa.gov.au/take-the-pledge
Tip - soft plastics cannot go in your recycling bin. You need to take them to a RedCycle collection point (Coles and Woolworths supermarkets). #takethepledge #unley
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Are you in the City of Unley ?
Take the pledge and win!

How? Pledge to recycle all your organics, recyclables or both. If your bin is inspected and you have your materials correctly separated into your bins you’ll receive a $25 Mitre 10 voucher.

But wait… there’s more. We are pitting suburb against suburb in Take the Pledge.

Residents in the suburb with best sorted bins will win the opportunity to enjoy a FREE coffee in a local park with other members of their community.

The inspections have started so keep your eye out for the leader board and the winning suburb will be announced once inspections are completed.
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Are you in the City of Unley ?  
Take the pledge and win! 

How? Pledge to recycle all your organics, recyclables or both. If your bin is inspected and you have your materials correctly separated into your bins you’ll receive a $25 Mitre 10 voucher.

But wait… there’s more. We are pitting suburb against suburb in Take the Pledge.

Residents in the suburb with best sorted bins will win the opportunity to enjoy a FREE coffee in a local park with other members of their community.

The inspections have started so keep your eye out for the leader board and the winning suburb will be announced once inspections are completed.

 

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All councils should do this

I sort etc but still have a problem understanding the symbols on different types of plastic containers

Margi Mills Wakefield Regional Council

Jenni Swain Greg Swain looks like this happen in your council 😉

James Williams an idea for Town of Walkerville

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Come along to this community gardening workshop at Fern Avenue Community Garden - brought to you by the City of Unley and KESAB.

RSVP to admin@kesab.asn.au or on 8234 7255
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Come along to this community gardening workshop at Fern Avenue Community Garden  - brought to you by the City of Unley and KESAB.   

RSVP to admin@kesab.asn.au or on 8234 7255

 

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Sue Waters Raquel Watson Sue for Dad

This is the logo/symbol you need to be looking for when it comes to compostable packaging.

Hats off to BioBag World Australia for the development of Compostable Cucumber wrapping, right here in SA!
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This is the logo/symbol you need to be looking for when it comes to compostable packaging.  

Hats off to BioBag World Australia for the development of Compostable Cucumber wrapping, right here in SA!

 

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You share great content - keep up the great work!

For Council Organics Bin. Otherwise for home organics bin it’s the logo with As5810 on it. 👍

This is a great innovation! However why do suppliers insist on wrapping cucumbers? Is it that the retailer prefers it or consumer?

I had a delivery last week in one but it has the Australia Post sticker on it and a long piece of sticky tape running from one side of the parcel to another. Obviously the tape needs to be removed (will have to cut out) but would it have been ok with the label to straight in - slight gloss to it. Kinda defeats the point of it all 😫

Our organics bin is mulched not composted so we wouldn’t be able to use it... would we?

Thanks Amber

Phil Schliebs - hooray for a standardised logo!

Brenton Carle

Andrew Arboit

Elle Szabò

Tamas Szabo COMPOST BIN

Benjamin Hall

Daniel Elliott

Steph Fuller

Nikki Elizabeth

Olivia Rositano

Dan Jones ☺️

Kirsty Shadiac- Eddie would like this😜

Some weird shit happening, I thought it was all too late, apparently the world will end soon guys

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