Do the right thing, use the right bin.
I’m always egg-cited about Easter (bad pun I know). Long weekend, warm weather and the excuse to over indulge in one of life’s greatest pleasures – CHOCOLATE! It is one of my weaknesses and I’m not the only one seduced by the milky goodness wrapped… Read More
Bayside City Council’s environment team used an interactive recycling machine to engage with the 17,000 Bright n Sandy Festival goers with the Victoria’s Coast Too Lovely to litter message on the weekend (24 March). Called Envirobank, the machine recycles empty aluminium cans and plastic drink… Read More
Bayside’s youngest group of environmentalists led a beach clean-up in Brighton this morning (11 March 2011) as part of the Victoria’s Coast Too Lovely to Litter campaign. Bayside City Council coordinated a group of 50 children aged 3-5 years and their parents to meet campaign… Read More
The Great Ocean Road Committee (GORC) is supporting Victoria’s Coast Too Lovely to Litter to spread its campaign messages in an effort to reduce litter on Victorian beaches, roadsides and foreshores by 30 percent this summer. Today (23 February), campaign ambassador Sheree Marris joined GORC… Read More