Tips to recycle batteries

April 5, 2022

The Problem Batteries are the most common form of household hazardous waste. Not only that, this waste is growing by 20% per year, and could exceed 100,000 tonnes by 2036. Sending batteries to landfill is a huge waste of valuable resources. However, if recycled, 95% of the components of a battery can be turned into new

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What is a Circular Economy?

March 1, 2022

What is a Circular Economy? Circular economy is a new and emerging sustainability perspective, which is built on the natural world where there is no concept of waste and everything is a resource for the next level step in the cycle of dependence. It’s a concept that promotes ways to reuse, reduce, recycle/up-cycle – in

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2021 Annual Financial Statements

February 17, 2022

Here are the final KABCNT Financial Statements and Annual Report for 2021. Download the PDF here Get in touch Please get in touch with the CEO for any additional information: Heimo Schober Chief Executive Officer, Keep Australia Beautiful Council NT 0407 186 461 ceo@kabcnt.org.au

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2022 Calendar of Events

February 16, 2022

Welcome to 2022! 2022 is set to be another exciting year for Keep Australia Beautiful Council NT (KABCNT). Despite the challenging times due to COVID-19, we’ve got some exciting stuff in the pipeline. Check out our events below: Here’s what we’ve got planned for 2022 29th – 31st July 2022 – Sustainable Community Tidy Towns

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7 easy tips to go green

February 9, 2022

A brand new year means it’s the perfect time to set goals, make your resolutions a reality, and hopefully figure out fresh ways to go green. Here are some quick and easy ways to go green in 2022 and beyond! Pay Bills Online This is an easy fix as there’s an simple alternative to paying your

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2022 Clean Hands – Clean Community Campaign

February 3, 2022

Territory Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Program The Territory Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities program is our flagship program and is the perfect vehicle to engage Aboriginal communities. Under our program we link the Aboriginal community ‘Key Stakeholders’ together in collaboration and provide ‘Dot Point Plans’, education, strategies and ideas to Community Council Team, community school, community

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Eco Friendly Disposal of Face Masks

January 24, 2022

Eco Friendly Disposal of Face Masks Single Use Masks are essential in reducing the spread of COVID-19 but pose a serious risk to our environment if not disposed of correctly. More than 129 billion face masks are used globally each month, according to research from the University of Southern Denmark. That works out to about 3

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Register for the Territory Tidy Town Sustainable Community Awards

January 18, 2022

Enter for the Sustainable Community Territory Tidy Towns Awards Today! The last year has been a challenging year for our communities.  We’ve had to change up our calendar of events (along with every other organisation across the globe).  And like most, we’ve had to become more digital. So this year we’re going full digital for

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Parap Primary Eco Warriors upcycle seaglass from beaches

December 16, 2021

Year 5 students from Parap Primary School have been collecting sea glass to clean up the local beaches and to recycle and reuse it to make a range of homewares. What is Seaglass? Sea glass is naturally weathered pieces of glass, which often have the appearance of tumbled stones, found on beaches along bodies of saltwater. These weathering processes produce

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‘Do The Right Thing’ This Festive Season

December 13, 2021

🎄Please Do The Right Thing This Festive Season🎄 Let’s make this year our most eco-friendly, sustainable Christmas yet and opt for eco christmas decorations, trees and gifts. Following this year’s COP26, we are all aware of just how important it is to make every effort we can to be more sustainable – and for many of us that starts at home. Small

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