Transport Canberra and City Services

National Recycling Week 12 - 18 November 2018

Get involved and go behind the scenes for a look at recycling and resource recovery in the ACT. Join a site visit to the Recycling Discovery Hub and a range of other facilities.

  • Canberra Environment Centre - Composting Hub

    10 am - 12 noon, Saturday 10 November 2018

    Free composting and worm farming workshop and troubleshooting.

  • Fighting Food Waste

    10 am, Monday 12 November 2018

    Dave Burnet from OzHarvest joins us to discuss the scale of the food waste problem and give tips on how to shop well, cook right and avoid waste.

  • Residential Recycling for Strata Managers and Real Estate agents

    10 am, Wednesday 14 November 2018

    Join us at the Recycling Discovery Hub for a session on how to support your residents to recycle right and dispose of waste responsibly.

  • ABC Radio Visit the Recycling Discovery Hub

    1.45 pm - 4 pm Wednesday 14 November 2018

    Join ABC Radio live at the Recycling Discovery Hub to find out what happens to the things we put in the bin.

  • Fighting Fast Fashion

    10 am - 11am, Thursday 15 November 2018

    Explore the world of textiles with guest author Summer Edwards.

  • Soft Landing Mattress Recycling

    11.30 am - 12 pm, Thursday 15 November

    Get behind the scenes at the Recycling Discovery Hub and Mattress Recycling Facility.

Facility Open Days

  • Corkhill's Green Waste Recycling

    11 am, Wednesday 14 November 2018(by JJ. Richards)

    Tour the Corkhill Brothers Facility at Mugga.

  • The Green Shed Mitchell

    10 am - 2 pm Monday - Friday

    10 am - 4 pm Saturday and Sunday during National Recycling Week.

    Upcycling studio "Interior designer-in-Residence" Candice Addicot of repsyched opens her doors for visits to the studio between

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