Recycling Victoria Household Education and Behaviour Change Fund

Last updated: 9 September 2021

Grant recipients: 16

Grant funding awarded: $1,103,200

Grant projects completed by: 30 July 2024

The Recycling Victoria Household Education and Behaviour Change Fund provides councils and alpine resort management boards with financial support for delivering local campaigns.

The campaigns are to:

  • introduce new glass household recycling services
  • introduce new food and garden organics household services
  • improve existing 4-stream household recycling services.

Applicants must use the campaign materials – developed by Sustainability Victoria – which help educate Victorians to better manage and reduce their household waste.

There are plans to have 4 funding rounds.

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Round 1 – Funded recipients

Alpine Shire Council
Funding: $56,400

Ararat Rural City Council
Funding: $49,800

Banyule City Council
Funding: $87,500

Baw Baw Shire Council
Funding: $66,500

Buloke Shire Council
Funding: $38,500

City of Whittlesea
Funding: $98,000

Gannawarra Shire Council
Funding: $42,800

Hepburn Shire Council
Funding: $60,900

Hobsons Bay City Council
Funding: $84,900

Horsham Rural City Council
Funding: $56,800

Macedon Ranges Shire Council
Funding: $68,800

Melbourne City Council
Funding: $104,300

Melton City Council
Funding: $89,600

Wellington Shire Council
Funding: $62,900

Whitehorse City Council
Funding: $96,800

Yarriambiack Shire Council
Funding: $38,700