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Supporting innovative recycling with the BRAD Recycling Program from Banish

After hearing from Banish founder Lottie Dalziel (Winner of the 2023 NSW Young Australian of the Year) at the Ethinvest team EOFY celebration last July, many our staff have been generously volunteering at the new Banish facility near Central Station in Sydney. Lottie and her volunteers collect and sort hundreds of boxes of hard to recycled materials monthly. She then finds clever ways to ensure this waste doesn’t end up in landfill but instead is reused or repurposed.

A bit more about the BRAD Recycling Program:

"At Banish, recycling is something that we feel very passionately about, so much so that we started the Banish Recycling and Disposal Program (BRAD) to offer an end-to-end solution for some of those hard-to-recycle household items such as blister packs, toothpaste tubes, lotion bottles, coffee pods, bread tags and SO MUCH MORE! We launched in the program in November 2020 to help Australians do just that and have been blown away by your support.

Did you know that only 4% of the plastic that has ever been made has been recycled? We're trying to grow this number significantly."

To learn more about BRAD from Banish and how you can get involved click here.

Interested in volunteering with the BRAD program? Learn more or sign up click here.


Watch Lottie discuss what can be recycled through Banish below.

Download the "How To BRAD" guide here

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