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Waste Aid

 

Description

Waste Aid is a national organisation that works to create long-term sustainable solutions to address poor waste management in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and the environmental health impacts that result from these issues.

The vision of Waste Aid is to improve public health, and environmental and social outcomes in disadvantaged and remote communities through positive waste management solutions. Key goals of the organisation include:

The organisation was formed in 2014 by a group of waste industry practitioners in response to the lack of adequate waste management services in remote and disadvantaged communities.

Waste Aid has partnerships with a number of key organisations, including government bodies and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations.

Abstract adapted from Waste Aid

Contacts

Waste Aid Ltd
82-84 George Street
Redfern NSW 106
Ph: (02) 8188 2051
Email: admin@wasteaid.org.au

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Last updated: 30 June 2017
 
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