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Litter reduction pilot program East Arnhem



This litter reduction pilot program provides resources to nine East Arnhem communities in the Northern Territory to help them clean up, recycle and keep their communities clean for future generations.

This pilot is supported by interim funding through the Australian Food and Grocery Council's Packaging Stewardship Forum, and delivered by a partnership between Keep Australia Beautiful Council Northern Territory (KABC (NT)) and the National Bin Network (NBN).

Under the pilot, KABC (NT) will roll out resources to help local communities clean up, recycle and keep their communities clean into the future. The pilot provides KABC (NT) for the first time with significant resources to work with local councils and community groups such as schools, stores and environment groups to reduce litter and increase recycling.

Pilot program delivery will be facilitated by a dedicated KABC (NT) Project Officer who will work with East Arnhem Shire Council and the above Growth Towns to:

Abstract adapted from National Bin Network


Heimo Schober
Chief Executive Officer
Keep Australia Beautiful Council Northern Territory

National Bin Network
c/- Locked Bag 1
Kingston ACT 2604


Last updated: 11 September 2013
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