Read about the incredible winners and finalists of the 2020 Premier's Sustainability Awards.
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The full list of the 2020 Premier's Sustainability Awards category winners and finalists.
Frasers Property Australia ambitiously redefines the global retail sustainability benchmark through innovative, regenerative and self-sufficient Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre.
Through the creation of a Virtual Power Plant, Totally Renewable Yackandandah have installed 74kW of solar, dramatically cutting carbon emissions and electricity costs in their locality.
Deakin University is educating a cross-section of Australia’s corporate sector executives on climate change literacy, sustainability and Australian coastal ecosystems, through the #BlueCarbonArmy initiative.
Yarra Riverkeeper Association and Cleanwater Group banded together to mitigate the negative effects of litter and polystyrene pollution in the Yarra.
Volunteer groups at the Queenscliff Music Festival devoted tireless hours to collecting and sorting litter, and interactively educating vendors and patrons on sustainability.
Through their Stormwater Harvesting Program, City West Water expanded their alternative water network to provide increased accessibility to stormwater for public open spaces.
A commitment to recycling sees Bendigo Health divert a tonne of bed curtains from landfill.
In an Australian first, Repurpose It Pty Ltd launched a Washing Plant to divert construction and demolition waste from landfill.
Alex Fraser’s Sustainable Supply Hub is one of the world’s largest recycling facilities – recovering diverse, high volume, priority waste streams to produce high-quality infrastructure products.
Australia’s first ever Washing Plant has positioned Victoria as the leading state in resource recovery and diverted almost 150,000 tonnes of construction waste in the process.