City of Greater Bendigo operate the Eaglehawk landfill, which is located behind the Eaglehawk Recycle Shop.
Zero Waste Network Australia (formerly Community Recycling Network Australia.)
Upcycling is a great way to reuse materials and reduce our footprin
The Bendigo Sustainability Group is made up of local people and businesses interested in all aspects of sustainability. Together, we’re making a difference.
Nothing feels as wonderful and warm as a wood fire. Powered by the sun, trees can provide us with an alternative source of energy that is clean and renewable. But that is not all there is to it – where your wood comes from really matters!
a community park for horticulture, environmental education and heritage awareness
This site contains information about the recycling and waste services offered by your council as well as local drop-off options.
This site makes recycling at work easy and lists recycling options for around 90 different materials.
See some of the many crafty ideas people have come up with the use of mattress springs
Great site for the young people, with games and activities on recycling, this site was bought to our attention by a young lady named Taylor – Thanks Taylor.
If anyone comes across a site like this that is inspiring please let us know so we can share it.
Detox Your Home is an annual event run by Sustainability Victoria, this day gives households the opportunity to dispose of unwanted household chemicals
J.J. Richards offer a variety of recycling opportunities to meet the unique needs of their customers.
J.J. Richards caters to commercial businesses recycling needs.
The Bendigo Repair Cafe is part of a worldwide movement focused on repairing and reusing broken items rather than adding them to landfill by throwing them away.
Take in your broken treasures, every day appliances and well worn clothes and they will help you fix them!
For event dates, locations or more information visit them online.