Australia Day Environmental Citizens of the Year for 2021!

TOMRA Cleanaway Congratulates the Australia Day Environmental Citizen of the Year award winners for 2021! Congratulations go to Coonabarabran High School’s D7 Support Unit Class and ‘Hampers of Hope’ from the Griffith City Council.

Closing the consumer loop; Return and Earn

With over 620 return points available across NSW to assist citizens conveniently access the NSW container deposit scheme, Return and Earn, Waste Management Review recently conducted a deep dive into why retail partnerships with the scheme are integral to shaping positive community recycling outcomes through corporate responsibility.

A win for the environment and the Victorian community

Today’s announcement by the Victorian Andrews Government regarding the future Container Deposit Scheme has been acknowledged by TOMRA Cleanaway with Chief Executive, James Dorney, describing the decision as “A positive step forward and an outstanding result for the environment, as well as an outstanding win for the Victorian community.”

Research finds Port Phillip Bay Litter Preventable

Littered drink containers represent a highly visual pollutant. The experiences and findings of the Port Phillip EcoCentre study will serve as a benchmark to baseline litter in the Yarra and Maribyrnong Rivers prior to the commencement of the Victorian container deposit scheme in 2023.” James Dorney, CEO TOMRA Cleanaway

Return and Earn Scheme Partners Celebrate Success

“Not only is the scheme putting money in the pockets of the people of NSW, thousands of community groups, charities and schools are also sharing in the benefits with over $18.2 million returned via donations and fees from hosting return points,” he said. “The scheme directly employs over 700 people across the state and provides opportunities for social enterprises such as Vinnies, Hoxton Industries and Citizen Blue to also raise funds as return point operators in our customer-focused and convenient network.” James Dorney, CEO TOMRA Cleanaway