Latest Updates 2013
With winter just around the corner, there are some simple steps householders can take to staywarm and reduce heating costs.
The Hon Ryan Smith MP has announced the new 30 year plan to better deal with waste and grow the state's economy by unlocking the hidden value from recovered materials while protecting the health of communities and the environment.
Key leadership appointments at Sustainability Victoria will deliver on the organisation's SV2015 strategy.
The race is on to find Victoria's most sustainable schools, with entries now open for the ResourceSmart Schools Awards 2013.
Charity stores across Victoria will benefit from new surveillance equipment, signage and fencing as part of the first phase of $500,000 worth of support to help prevent illegal dumping of unusable goods.
Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith has congratulated Victorian businesses on their innovative plans to boost recycling and waste recovery as part of their response to the Victorian Coalition Government's $5 million Driving Investment for New Recycling fund.
Victorians considering replacing their hot water system with a more energy efficient model have until May 31 this year to secure the maximum State Government rebate.
Victorian Government supporting business to help customers recycle right
The race to become Victoria's tidiest town or most sustainable city starts today, with entries now open for the 2013 Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria Awards.
Latest Updates 2012
Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Hon Ryan Smith MP today announced the finalists for this year's ResourceSmart Schools Awards, which recognise and reward Victorian schools, students and teachers for their outstanding achievements in sustainability.
The Victorian Government today committed $10 million over the next three years to the Smarter Resources Smarter Business program.
The Detox your Home program has celebrated its 500th mobile drop-off event at the BoroondaraRecycling and Waste Centre.
The Victorian Coalition Government is calling for expressions of interest and applications for a total of $3.5 million in funding for initiatives to recover and recycle organic and commercial and industrial waste under its Conserve, Invest and Save strategy.
The Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith has congratulated the City of Boroondara and Frankston Foreshore for taking top honours at the 2012 Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria Sustainable Cities and Clean Beaches Awards.