KESAB’s partnership with WOOLCOCK CONSTRUCTION on the SUHO 10-Star home at Woodforde, a South Australian first, was unique. It was the first time that the construction company, which normally constructs...
Read more › Cleansite® Success Story
We are excited to announce Frewville and Pasadena Foodlands have today officially switched to fully compostable produce bags for all fresh fruit and vegetables, deli and baked products. This...
Read more › Pasadena and Frewville Foodlands eliminate plastic produce bags
Posted in Behaviour change, Business, Community, Composting, Education, Plastic, South Australia, Sustainable Communities
Tagged with: business, compost, environment, plastic, plastic bags, plastic free
Over the last 3 months, the KESAB education team stepped up to the challenges of COVID-19 by shifting to 100% online delivery, using the virtual platform Zoom. Between April and...
Read more › KESAB online delivery - a virtual success
After 31 years, John Phillips OAM, is retiring from his role at KESAB environmental solutions. KESAB began in 1966 and John has been guiding the organisation for more than half...
Read more › Celebrating John Phillips OAM and his immense service to KESAB.
Posted in Business, Community, Education, International, litter, South Australia, waste management
Tagged with: business, community, education, environment, John Phillips, litter, plastic, recycle, South Australia, Tidy Towns, Wendy Bevan, wipe out waste
Here at KESAB we have been working hard over the last few weeks to ensure we continue to deliver top-quality sustainability education to the South Australian community, despite the challenging...
Read more › KESAB is going virtual!
Posted in Community, Composting, Education, Family, litter, Plastic, Recycling, South Australia, Sustainable Communities, Uncategorised, Wipe Out Waste
KESAB environmental solutions offer a range of options to help you meet your business waste management objectives. As a business owner or even as an employee, you may have questions...
Read more › How can KESAB help with your business waste?
Posted in Behaviour change, Business, Education, Recycling, South Australia, Waste Audit, waste management
Tagged with: bin assessment, bin audit, business, education, Staff, tours, waste, waste management plan
Is waste and recycling a focus in your school or classroom in 2020? KESAB have many different school waste education options that are suitable from preschool – high school. ...
Read more › Waste Education options for your school in 2020
Posted in Behaviour change, Composting, Education, litter, Recycling, South Australia, waste management, Wipe Out Waste
Tagged with: education, litter, nude food, plastic, recycle, recycling, reduce waste, reducing litter, wipe out waste
Over the past year, we have been working alongside the teams at Frewville and Pasadena Foodlands on reducing supermarket waste, and it came to fruition on Friday 22 November at...
Read more › Pack and Go! Reducing supermarket waste - a KESAB collaboration with Pasadena and Frewville Foodlands
Posted in Behaviour change, Business, Community, Education, litter, Plastic, Recycling, South Australia
Tagged with: community, education, everyday life, John Phillips, litter, plastic, plastic free, recycle, recycling, reduce waste, reusable, South Australia, takeaway packaging
It’s spring cleaning time and more often than not, you stumble across a few odd items in the deep dark corners of cupboards and sheds that you don’t know what...
Read more › What to do with odd items you might find during Spring Cleaning
Posted in Behaviour change, Community, Recycling, South Australia, waste management
Tagged with: community, easy tips, education, everyday life, plastic, recycle, recycling, tips
Do you get confused standing in front of the bin liners at the supermarket? There are so many different options and some say compostable, others say biodegradable, some just say...
Read more › Degradable, biodegradable, compostable - which should you use?
Posted in Behaviour change, Community, Composting, Family, Plastic, South Australia
Tagged with: biodegradable, compost, compostable, degradable, education, everyday life, plastic, plastic bags, reduce waste