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Recycling Old Clothing

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    Recycling Old Clothing

    We all wear clothes, we agree they are necessary, and some of us have an unbreakable love for fashion. The fashion industry also represents an important part of our economies, however, increasing attention has been brought to the range of negative environmental impacts that the industry is responsible for. For example, did you know that […]

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    Reducing water consumption in strata 

    Understanding water consumption in strata apartment buildings NABERS research indicates that 20% of the world’s available drinking water is consumed by buildings. According to Sydney Water, 87 percent of water use in apartments occurs within each apartment. This ultimately means for a strata building to reduce its overall water consumption, individual residents have to collectively […]

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    Disposing of problem waste in strata

    Problem waste is items that should not be placed in your council-collected bins. Some household products can cause harm to the environment and human health if they are placed in your kerbside bins. Problem waste includes e-waste (TVs, computers, laptops, gaming consoles, DVD players, printers, stereo systems, mobile phones, small electronics and accessories etc.), clothing […]

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    Electric vehicles in strata 

    Is an electric car station viable for your strata building? Global electric vehicle sales have risen quickly over the past five years, driven by falling battery costs, fuel economy regulations and rising interest from consumers. In 2019 more than 2.2 million new electric vehicles were sold globally, a growth of 9% from 2018. Many lawmakers […]

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    Sustainability upgrades in strata

    What can be done in strata to reduce energy consumption and utility bills? Up to 60% of energy consumption in large buildings, like apartments, comes from common areas and shared services and around 25% of the administrative fund are spent on utility bills. According to City of Sydney research, apartment buildings can reduce common property […]

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