Our Top 10 Plastic Pollution Facts

July 29, 2021

Litter in waterways is a serious pollution problem that affects our wildlife, aquatic habitats, and our water quality. Litter that is disposed of incorrectly on land can easily get blown into creeks, rivers, and oceans and once it reaches these waterways, it is very difficult to remove. It is estimated that 3 x as much

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2020 – 2023 Funding Support For Sustainable Communities Awards

December 16, 2019

2020 – 2023 Funding Support for Territory Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards We’re very excited with the announcement that the Hon. Natasha Fyles with support from the Hon. Eva Lawler have recently supported Keep Australia Beautiful NT (KABCNT). In a climate of fiscal responsibility, we truly appreciate the announcement that the Territory Sustainable Communities Tidy

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Santa Teresa Territory Tidy Town round up

November 8, 2018

A terrific community clean-up day was held with most agencies involved. Atyenhenge Atherre Aboriginal Corporation (AAAC) provided prizes for the tidiest yard in Eastside, New House and Old Village.  Prizes were recycled tyre pieces! The local men’s shed made up some simple recycling containers for the office and they have been very well used! A Horse

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Litter

May 24, 2018

There is a Biannual litter count (Every Year May & November) that is done over 74 sites surveyed/counted through out Northern Territory. Each site survey area 1,000 Sq M and the site types include a variety of sites. A key outcome of the report is that When all plastic bags are compiled together you see a

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The Litter Legends Campaign is back!!!

January 23, 2018

Latest news from Eco-Schools Australia The Litter Legends Campaign Grants Program is back in 2018!!!   Keep Australia beautiful is excited to announce that the Litter Legends Campaign will be back next year!!! The Litter Legends Campaign is an exciting global schools project to implement a project to reduce litter and improve recycling in their school

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