Recycling helps to ensure that our environment is kept clean. As such, different initiatives have been developed that can help you recycle your garbage. Most retailers have skip bins with different colours to help make it easier for you to recycle items separately. You simply put the wastes in the specified skip bin, and it will be taken for recycling by the garbage collector. However, there are several recycling tips that you can easily adopt at home, such as:
Helping to keep the environment clean is something that everyone can get involved in. Whether you're renovating a property, cleaning out the garden or recycling household waste, there are many things you can do to ensure that your junk gets disposed of ethically and even reused again if possible. The Australian Government's National Landcare Programme is looking at making a huge impact on the future of the Australian landscape by launching the 20 Million Trees Programme and the Threatened Species Recovery Fund.
The Australian Government's Department of the Environment and Energy has engaged in a large-scale plan to fund and encourage community projects that support the development of greener urban areas. The project itself is called the Green Army, and it aims to support community development projects in a bid to clean up unused areas of urban waste land, preserve local heritage sites and give young people between the ages of 17 and 24 the opportunity to learn new life skills and develop themselves as people.
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