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Keep NSW Beautiful enjoys the support of partners from a variety of sectors in the community. We are experienced in delivering real benefits to our sponsors and partners.

As well as brand extension, alignment, and media presence, Keep NSW Beautiful can help establish strategic relationships with key decision makers who influence your sphere of business.

All partnerships are tailored to the individual needs of partners and utilise professional ingenuity along with the very latest innovative techniques to provide tangible benefits.

For all partnership enquiries, please contact us.



  • Seven News

    Seven News is dedicated to delivering the most comprehensive coverage of the biggest local and international news stories, drawing on an extensive network of journalists and cameramen both at home and abroad.

    Together with anchor Mark Ferguson - who celebrates over three decades in broadcast journalism - the Seven News team of presenters and reporters is unsurpassed in talent and experience.

    When Channel Seven first presented News back in 1956, it produced just 2 hours a week and sometimes, the pictures were weeks old by the time viewers saw them.

    Today, our Seven News base at Martin Place produces more than 40 hours of live TV a week, distributed Australia wide.

  • The New South Wales Environment Protection Authority (NSW EPA)

    The NSW Environmental Protection Authority work alongside Federal, State and local governments to deliver environmental outcomes for the people of NSW. The EPA consults with the community, industry, business and government on a broad range of activities and issues that affect the NSW environment.

  • SUEZ

    SUEZ provides solutions that maintain, optimise and secure the resources essential for our future. We provide water management, water treatment solutions, recycling and waste recovery and consulting.

    In Australia, our recycling and waste recovery division diverts approximately 800,000 tonnes of waste from landfill every year through the collection, recovery and recycling of waste materials into valuable new resources and energy.

    SUEZ is a proud supporter of Keep NSW Beautiful.

  • The Office of Environment & Heritage (OEH)

    The Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is a separate office within the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. OEH works to protect and conserve the NSW environment, including the natural environment, Aboriginal country, culture and heritage and our built heritage, and manages NSW national parks and reserves.

  • The Australian Packaging Covenant (APC)

    The APC is a sustainable packaging initiative which aims to change the culture of business to design more sustainable packaging, increase recycling rates and reduce packaging litter. It is an agreement between government, industry and community groups to find and fund solutions to address packaging sustainability issues.

    Currently over 900 organisations (business and industry, government and non-government) are signatories to the Australian Packaging Covenant.

  • The Wrigley Company

    As a multinational company, The Wrigley Company has a long-standing commitment to environmental responsibility and leadership around the globe. We apply sound environmental practices throughout our business activities, with environmental consideration being an integral part of daily business.

  • Heritage Council of NSW

    The Heritage Council of NSW is an advisory body that includes members of the community, the government, the conservation profession and representatives of organisations such as the National Trust of Australia (NSW). The Heritage Council of NSW is supported by the Heritage Division of the Office of Environment and Heritage.

  • BioBag

    BioBag develops, manufactures, and markets the best bio-based products for the waste management, retail, wholesale, industrial and agricultural industries while maintaining a primary focus on using renewable, biodegradable and compostable raw materials. Through high quality products, innovation and education, BioBag encourages a profitable and more environmentally-friendly use of biodegradable and compostable products.

  • Veolia

    Veolia is focused on delivering environmental solutions for four primary sectors: mining, oil and gas, food and beverage and healthcare; however Veolia has a client portfolio spanning across a great number of industrial, commercial and municipal sectors.

    Veolia forms part of the global Veolia organisation which operates in 48 countries across the globe, divided into nine integrated geographically based entities. We are the only global organisation to provide water, waste management and energy services, vital to human development, environmental protection and sustainable growth, to municipal, industrial and commercial sectors.

  • Tetra Pak

    Tetra Pak is the world's leading food processing and packaging solutions company. Working closely with customers and suppliers, they provide safe, innovative and environmentally sound products that each day meet the needs of hundreds of millions of people in more than 175 countries around the world.

    With more than 23,000 employees based in over 85 countries, they believe in responsible industry leadership and a sustainable approach to business. Their motto, "PROTECTS WHAT'S GOOD​", reflects their vision to make food safe and available, everywhere.

  • NSW Environmental Trust

    The NSW Environmental Trust is an independent statutory body established by the NSW government to fund a broad range of organisations to undertake projects that enhance the environment of NSW. The Trust is empowered under the Environmental Trust Act 1998, and its main responsibility is to make and supervise the expenditure of grants. The Trust is administered by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH).

    The Environmental Trust is chaired by the NSW Minister for the Environment. Members of the Trust are the Chief Executive of OEH, and representatives from local government, the Nature Conservation Council of NSW and NSW Treasury.