FAQ

  1. I have an item that I want to recycle. Where can I find information on recycling?
  2. How can I book a recycling tour for our community group?
  3. How can I arrange for someone to come out and speak to my class?
  4. What does KESAB stand for?
  5. What happened to Tidy Towns?
  6. I have noticed a lot of litter at a location – what should I do?
  7. We are a charity, can KESAB donate Litter Bins to us?

  1. I have an item that I want to recycle. Where can I find information on recycling?

    For information on recycling, please visit www.zerowaste.sa.gov.au/at-home/recycle-right or call the Recycle Right Hotline – 1300 137 118.

  2. How can I book a recycling tour for our community group?

    Please see ‘Beyond the Kerb’ waste & recycling tours

  3. How can I arrange for someone to come out and speak to my class?

    Our Waste Education or the NRM Education team may be able to support your school. Please see Classroom sessions or In-school support

  4. What does KESAB stand for?

    KESAB stands for Keep South Australia Beautiful.

  5. What happened to Tidy Towns?

    The Tidy Towns program finished in 2007, and the Sustainable Communities program took its place. This program is for regional and rural schools, community groups and councils, and is a broad sustainability program.

  6. I have noticed a lot of litter at a location – what should I do?

    Please contact the council for this location and report it to them. If it is a roadside, it may be within the jurisdiction of the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI). The council should be able to identify this for you.

  7. We are a charity, can KESAB donate Litter Bins to us?

    Sorry, but we are unable to do this. However, if you purchase liners, and look after the bins, you should be able to use them multiple times.