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Waste Wise Events are designed to care for the environment by reducing the amount of waste they generate and by recovering resources from waste that has been generated.

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Waste Wise Events are designed to care for the environment by reducing the amount of waste they generate and by recovering resources from waste that has been generated.
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The enjoyment of an event is greatly enhanced when it is held in a clean attractive environment. Hosting or coordinating a Waste Wise Event helps maintain the environment.
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Holistic management of waste at events or venues can be achieved by following the 7 steps to a
  • Waste Wise Event
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Step 1 - Commitment
  • Agree to become a “Waste Wise Event.
  • Involve all stakeholders,vendors,caterers, contractors and cleaners
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Step 2 - Packaging
  • Require suppliers and caterers to minimise packaging
    • and use materials that are:
        • Recyclable
        • Compostable
        • Biodegradable
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Step 3. - Equipment
  • use the right equipment for the waste types and volumes that are to be collected
  • ensure equipment used is consistent
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Step 4 – Management Systems
  • match the waste management system to the equipment and packaging
        • installation
        • location/position
        • clearing
        • responsibility
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Step 5 - Signage
  • Without the right signage, people will not know what and where to recycle.
  • It is important that:
    • standard signage and colours only are used
    • signage is consistent
    • signage is visible
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Step 6 - Communication & Promotion
  • Pre-event – suppliers, caterers, vendors, waste contractor, public, sponsors
  • On The Day – ensure everyone knows how to use the system
  • Post Event – acknowledge achievements and inform media of successes (after step 7)
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Step 7 - Evaluation
  • Evaluations allow:
    • benchmarking
    • cost / benefit analysis
    • Identification of any required changes in equipment or approach
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Question Time
  • Thank you –
  • Chris Jeffreys, Project Officer
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