Category: Community

02 JanVale Ross Swayne OAM

KESAB Board and Staff are saddened by the passing of Ross Swayne OAM. Ross was the South Australian legend pioneering the KESAB Tidy Towns Awards, engaging rural and regional communities...

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18 OctRecyclable Coffee Cups are on their way!

Earlier this year, the War on Waste TV program shocked many of us showing that more than 1 billion disposable coffee cups are used by Australians each year. Almost all...

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24 AugShowcasing regional South Australia

To mark the launch of the 2017 Sustainable Communities program this week, we thought we would share a few of the projects that were part of the 2016 program. We encourage...

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20 AugTravelling toward a beautiful Australia #LitterRally

It is Keep Australia Beautiful Week  (Monday 21 to Sunday 27 August) and this year we are encouraging Aussie’s to band together and tackle litter head on with a litter...

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25 JulWhat is ‘Nude Food’ anyway?

‘Nude Food’ is a popular term in schools and preschools.  But what exactly is ‘Nude Food’? Simply put, it’s food without excess packaging. Usually, this means food that is not...

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20 JulA handy guide to recycling small metal items

Recycling can sometimes be confusing, especially as regulations can change between local councils, not to mention the changes between states and countries. However, keeping up-to-date with current recycling processes is...

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12 Jul10 recycled and waste-free holiday crafts

The final bells have rung and classes are out, meaning that the kids are home for the next couple of weeks. For some, school holidays may mean family adventures full...

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05 Jul5 little known gems of South Australia

With school holidays just a few days away, here are some hidden gems of South Australia that we think are well worth a visit!  All of these towns or projects...

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21 Jun10 everyday items for your kerbside organics bin!

Composting, we all know the word, but what does it mean, how does it help and why should we be doing it? Quite simply, composting is the process of organic...

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07 JunSimple ways to protect our waterways

The River Murray is the lifeblood of South Australia; it provides water for industry, livestock, irrigation, homes, parks and gardens. The River and its’ tributaries, wetlands, floodplains, shorelines and banks...

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