verticaldividerRethink Waste aims to improve our efforts at reducing, reusing and
recycling in order to decrease the amount of waste that ends up as landfill.

Welcome to Rethink Waste

Although we can be great at protecting our environment, research shows that at the current rate of production, Tasmanians generate over 451,000 tonnes of waste each year. Most of this waste ends up in landfill, which is the least favourable waste management option. A lot of this waste can be reused, or treated differently to be reduced, recycled or even avoided altogether.

Rethink Waste Tasmania is a statewide initiative of the Cradle Coast Waste Management Group, the Northern Tasmanian Waste Management Group and the Southern Waste Strategy Authority. It aims to encourage the Tasmanian community to rethink what we do with our waste in order to continue to improve our environment and reduce the burden on landfill.

It’s not hard. By rethinking what we do with our waste, we can make a real reduction to the amount of waste we throw out. Rethink Waste will show you how.

Current Projects

Household battery recycling

The results of a recent waste audit have shown that people in north west and northern Tasmania do not have an […]

Free mobile phone recycling

Councils in the North and North West of Tasmania are accepting unwanted mobile phones and accessories for recycling. Check out […]

Waste composition audits

In 2010 the Cradle Coast Waste Management Group (CCWMG) & Northern Tasmanian Waste Management Group (NTWMG) conducted a waste audit […]

Kerbside recycling assessments

The search for great environmental outcomes knows no bounds in northern and north-western Tasmania – and two key groups are […]

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NTWMG September 2016 Newsletter

September 20th, 2016|0 Comments

The September issue of the NTWMG newsletter was released on 20 September […]

$100,000 grant funding now available in northern Tasmania

September 20th, 2016|0 Comments

The NTWMGs annual grant program is now open. Up to $100,000 of […]

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