To find out the tricks for being a GREAT Sort – and reduce what you put in your landfill bin – click on each of the solutions above.
Join the GREAT Sorts in your street who put 60% less into the landfill bin
A WORLD WITH LESS LANDFILL WASTE
Your landfill bin is the last place for your waste ... with a bit of waste sorting at home, it could be almost empty each week! There are GREAT Sorts out there who put 60 per cent less into their landfill bin.
In fact, we can all become GREAT Sorts just by remembering …
G is for Gifting things to charity, swapping or selling.
R is for Recycling only these 5 things: Cans, cardboard, paper, glass and plastic (bottles, jars and containers)
E is for Earth-cycling food scraps and garden waste into compost.
A is for Avoiding excess packaging and disposable containers.
T is for Taking batteries, e-waste and chemicals to special drop-off points.
It’s easy to find a better place for unwanted items and reduce what we send to landfill.
Be a GREAT Sort … Landfill is the last resort!
The WasteSorted behaviour change campaign, titled ‘Be a GREAT sort’, is part of a strategic approach by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) to support consistent messaging on waste avoidance, resource recovery and appropriate waste disposal behaviours.
The 'Be a GREAT sort' camapign is proudly supported by