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Minister for Environment, Stephen Dawson, announced the opening and encouraged nominations.
The Infinity Awards have been recognising excellence in waste reduction and recycling since 2010. The Waste Authority invites nominations in six categories: communities; local government; Waste Wise Schools; business; State Government agencies and universities; as well as waste champion.
The winners of the Infinity Awards will be announced on Thursday 14 September at the key waste industry forum, the Waste and Recycling Conference. Winners and their projects will also feature on our website and in selected media.
Guidelines, tips and the nomination form are available here.
Check out previous winners' stories for inspiration and ideas.
Five successful projects have been awarded funding of nearly $215,000 under the program.
More information is detailed in the media release.
Round 1 of the Community Grants Scheme has been announced by the Minister for Environment, Stephen Dawson. The Minister's media release is here.
The second round for 2017 will open soon.
When grants open for applications, this is always communicated first through our Latest News and to our subscribers. You can subscribe on our home page.
Minister for Environment, Stephen Dawson announced succesful grant recipients in the latest round of Waste Wise Schools (WWS) funding.
As a major ongoing program of the Waste Authority, WWS educates the current and future waste generators, recyclers and re-users in our community.
You can read the Minister's media release and more details on the program are available here.
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