About the Sustainability Fund
The Sustainability Fund is a perpetual fund that receives money collected from Victorian landfill levies. The purpose of the Sustainability Fund is to support programs and initiatives that facilitate resource efficiency and waste reduction, as well as assisting communities to improve the environment and respond to climate change.
Funding allocations are made by the Premier and Minister for Environment and Climate Change, taking into account government policy, the Fund's Priority Statement , and advice from the Sustainability Fund Advisory Panel.
Funding is distributed in the form of strategic allocations to Victorian government departments and agencies to support the implementation of Victorian Government policy and, at times, in the form of direct grants to third parties.
Since its creation in 2005, the Sustainability Fund has supported hundreds of projects across Victoria, supporting businesses, local governments and communities across Victoria in a range of waste management, recycling, resource efficiency and sustainability programs.
Sustainability Fund Allocations 2011-2012
This document contains a complete listing of funding allocations made from the Fund in the 2011-2012 Financial Year as published in the Sustainability Victoria Annual Report.
- Sustainability Fund Allocations 2011-12 (370KB)Sustainability Fund Allocations 2011-12 (Word version) (387KB)
Read about the projects and programs supported by the Fund in 2010-11
- Sustainability_Fund_Activities_Report_2010-11 (1.38MB); Sustainability_Fund_Activities_Report_2010-11 Word version (250KB)
- Find out more about the Governance of the Sustainability Fund
- Read about the new Sustainability Fund Priority Statement
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