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National Litter Plan - Pilot Project Tasmania

A partnership between Keep Australia Beautiful Tasmania (KAB Tasmania) and the National Bin Network (NBN) will see the roll out of a new $230,000 pilot litter reduction and recycling program in Tasmania over the next 12-18 months. The project was officially launched at Bellerive on 11th May 2012.

The NBN is a $100 million, 5 year industry funded plan to increase recycling and reduce litter nationally.  The NBN is fully funded by industry, at no cost to Tasmanians.

Under the pilot, KAB Tasmania will work with schools, local governments, venue managers and community groups to help local communities clean up, recycle and keep their communities clean into the future. 

Go on - Be in it

This is a great opportunity for councils, community groups and schools to make a greater impact on litter and waste recycling.    

For further information on the pilot project access National Litter Plan - Pilot Project Tasmania.  

If you have a project that contributes to litter reduction and/or increased waste recycling and you believe the project may be appropriate for funding support examine our National LItter Project Pilot Grant Application Form and submit this to us at KAB Tasmania.

For more about the National Bin Network and the National Litter Plan go to National Bin Network.