Read about the incredible winners and finalists of the 2022 Premier's Sustainability Awards.
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The 2022 Premier’s Sustainability Awards categories reflect the current focus of sustainability activity in Victoria and align with global best practice. There are 6 categories, with 2 award types per category.
These are the 2022 Premier's Sustainability Awards category winners and finalists. The winners were announced at an in-person awards ceremony on 20 September.
Fungi Solutions is an Australian start-up working with fungi to recycle and transform organic waste into sustainable circular packaging solutions.
The City of Greater Bendigo has started to identify, develop and implement a number of circular economy and resource management solutions to handle, reprocess and recirculate end-of-life material resources.
The Euroa Environment Group’s 'Solar Pergola' delivers clean energy to local businesses, building resilience into the local power supply.
Reclaim Energy offers the most efficient and smart hot water system in the Australian market.
Alex Makes Meals provides nutritious, tasty meals for our homeless and most vulnerable.
Fire Rescue Victoria is protecting our community and the environment from harmful PFAS chemicals.
Warrnambool Community Garden has converted a long-abandoned quarry into a beautiful, sustainable, safe, grassed amphitheatre for everybody's use.
The Bell to Moreland Level Removal Crossing Project transformed a divisive rail corridor in Melbourne’s inner north into a vibrant and active urban precinct, promoting community health, inclusion, resilience and a sustainable connection to nature.
The Euroa Arboretum was little more than a degraded paddock when a team of volunteers took on the challenge of restoring it to its pre-colonial state as a grassy woodland.
Darebin City Council is integrating natural landscape elements into urban spaces for the benefit of both public health and the conservation of biodiversity.
The Anglesea Resale Shed aims to save non-organic waste from landfill and promote benefits of the circular economy to the local community.
Rock Posters is experimenting with new paper and ink products to decrease landfill waste and reduce emissions.