Reduce, reuse, recycle: NRW, 10-16th November 2008.
November 11th, 2008
This week is National Recycling Week.
This year, the NRW campaign is focusing on ‘Recycle Right’, with the aim of educating Australians about the correct way to recycle.
Now in its twelfth year, NRW promotes responsible recycling with events and activities across the country. To join in the spirit, here are a few of our recent recycling reports.
The Greenhouse: A quirky creation in Melbourne’s Federation Square
Finding New Life in Design: Recycling with Australian designer Annabelle Peters.
Salvage Design: Design fad or sustainable solution? Is the shift towards salvage design a temporary whim or a real revolution? Kirsty Máté investigates.
Going Nuts: Finding a new use for the Australian classic, the macadamia nut.
For recycling fact sheets, events and activities, visit recyclingweek.planetark.org. For the latest in design sustainability news, be sure to keep up to date with indesignlive.com.
National Recycling Week
When: 10-16th November 2008
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