Waste Management Review; August 4, 2023
A new program launched at Lalor North Primary School recently is a circular economy project with social, environmental, and educational impact.
Good360 Australia, a charity focused on giving new unsold products a first life to benefit people in need and the environment, is broadening its scope to include quality repurposed materials and has welcomed resource recovery leader Repurpose It to the Circle of Good program.
Lalor North Primary School, in Victoria, is the first recipient of Good360 Australia’s donation program where repurposed soil and mulch will contribute to the development of a kitchen garden.
George Hatzimanolis, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Repurpose It, said the partnership is all about making a real and lasting impact.
“We’re beyond excited to join forces with Good360 to create positive change for the students and the community as a whole,” Hatzimanolis said.
Check out the full article over at Waste Management Review.
Learn more about Good360 Membership here.