Developed by Burbank, in conjunction with RMIT and the Housing Industry Association, this project demonstrated the construction of a 'zero waste home' that achieved a 99% reduction in waste sent to landfill.
The project involved waste auditing, a review of processes and materials used, the development of waste avoidance strategies, and the cooperation of suppliers to achieve Victoria's first zero waste home construction.
Find out how Burbank's Zero Waste Home achieved a 72% reduction in waste, including a 99% reduction in waste to landfill.
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