Masterclasses for reuse

Last updated: 1 February 2023

Learn how organisations and businesses are leading the reuse revolution. These masterclasses are designed to share real-world experiences and learnings for reuse solutions.

Choose to Reuse

The University of Melbourne has minimised single-use plastic from its food courts and is providing a reusable plates, cups, and cutlery service to reduce single-use plastics.

For more information, read the news story that includes questions and answers with Sue Hopkins.

Reuse solutions for events

This masterclass showcased how to implement a reusable system at events. Presenters from B-Alternative, Green My Plate and Green Music Australia explained set-up processes and challenges, and gave helpful tips on making events successful.

Reuse solutions for cafes

This masterclass was for businesses interested in reducing single-use coffee cups or that support businesses with circular solutions, such as local governments, trader associations, building or shopping centre managers.

Presenters from Green Caffeen, Skip Zero, Huskee, Cercle and One Good Cup provided reuse solutions for coffee and tea drinkers on the move.

For more information on businesses who are making the change, see Success stories - Reuse Champions.

Single-use plastics ban for local governments

This webinar informs Victorian local governments about the single-use plastics ban and how they can support local businesses and the community with this transition.

In this webinar, the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning presented their SUP ban resources and activities. Sustainability Victoria (SV) presented key findings from engagement with hospitality businesses across Victoria.

SV also highlighted resources available for councils and businesses supporting reusables. Interstate presenters from the City of Adelaide and ACT Government discussed their SUP ban implementation strategies and shared key learning.

For more information, read Single-use plastics ban for councils: Questions and answers.

To view the presentation slides, visit Information toolkit.

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