• Blue Star Sustainability Awards Events: Dates announced for 2017!


    Keep NSW Beautiful is proud to announce the Regional and Metro Blue Star Awards events. Join us for the Blue Star Sustainability (Regional) Awards on Saturday 21 October 2017 in Maitland NSW for an all-day event, followed by an evening awards presentation. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS Or join us for the Blue Star Sustainability (Metro) Awards on Tuesday 14 November 2017 […]

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  • Attention litter fighters: Two new Community Litter Grants Forums announced!


      KNSWB announced two new Community Litter Grants Information forums! Those in Broken Hill and Newcastle, get your wriggle on and register for your chance to get $5000 to keep your community litter free. Click here for more information and to register. We need you to fight the war on litter!

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  • $5,000 up for grabs in the KNSWB Community Litter Grants


    Keep NSW Beautiful (KNSWB) will run a series of Community Litter Grants Information Forums to assist community organisations and groups learn more about the EPA’s Community Litter Grants Program. Find out more here 

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  • NSW Container Deposit Scheme delays launch until December 2017


    The NSW Container Deposit Scheme draft legislation was announced in September 2016. The Baird government developed the scheme, also referred to as “cash for containers,” in association with the NSW EPA and slated it for launch on  1 July 2017. On Friday 17 February, news emerged that the scheme will now be delayed until 1 December 2017, […]

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  • This weekend: pick up litter and use it to buy stuff (seriously!) in Bondi


    At Keep NSW Beautiful, we believe strongly in helping communities to tackle the littering issue in their own areas in their own way, and with our Community Litter Grants Program (run in association with the NSW EPA and funded by the Waste Levy), we get to see the most inspiring, imaginative, and effective anti-littering projects […]

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  • NSW Government Waste Less, Recycle More Initiative extended and expanded


    More opportunities for communities to improve their local public spaces will be available under the extended initiative, into which a further $337 million will be dedicated over four years from 2017 – 2021. Waste Less, Recycle More, led by the NSW EPA, provides funding for business recycling, organics collections, market development, managing problem wastes, new waste […]

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