Spring 2023 – Boomerang Bags

Open Day @ The HUB A4 flyer Engaging the community, upcycling materials, reducing plastic use & fostering sustainable behaviour Boomerang Bags is a global, grassroots movement connecting and empowering local communities to tackle plastic pollution at its source.  It’s a bag-share initiative supplying free reusable shopping bags for the community to borrow when they forget […]

Kimbriki News Winter Edition 2023

Welcome to the Kimbriki Newsletter – Winter 2023, our quarterly community Newsletter providing updates on the Kimbriki site, Eco House & Garden events, environmental initiatives, and a range of waste and recycling news. The Clean Water Diversion System infrastructure project is progressing well with a significant percentage of work completed. This project aims to safeguard […]

Narraweena Public School – Kitchen Garden Program

The Eco House & Garden team recently visited Narraweena Public School to work with students engaged with the School Kitchen Garden program. Narraweena Public School were recipients of a Department of Education Sustainable Schools Grant for Wicking Bed Kits, soil and manures from Australian Native Landscapes to install with the students. The Eco House & […]

Reverse Garbage

Reverse Garbage was established almost 50 years ago by a group of enterprising inner-west Sydney teachers motivated to reduce their community’s impact on the environment. They raised money to purchase a truck and started salvaging discarded industrial resources from local factories and reusing the materials in classrooms across the area. Today, the self-funded, not-for-profit organisation […]

Peninsula Toy Recyclers

Bringing Smiles to Children’s Faces The Peninsula Senior Citizens Toy Repairers was established in 1975, originally known as the Warringah Senior Citizens Toy Repairers. Its primary goals were to create a beneficial organisation within the community, provide an engaging activity for senior citizens, bring joy to underprivileged children, and contribute to toy recycling efforts, reducing […]

Kimbriki and Australian Native Landscapes supporting the Community

PHOTOS: above – Balgowlah Community Garden Kimbriki work closely with Australian Native Landscapes (ANL) to develop growing matter/soils and mulch from garden waste that is sent to the resource recovery centre. One of the products they produce is Forest Fines, a mulch that is ideal to mix with kitchen waste etc. to create good quality […]

Reducing Hazardous Materials in the Yellow Bins

It is important to avoid placing hazardous materials in the Yellow lidded bins to ensure environmental safety and reduce landfill waste. Help protect the environment by educating and spreading the word to your family and friends about avoiding potentially dangerous items in garbage and landfill. ACCEPTABLE ITEMS FOR RECYCLING IN YELLOW LIDDED BINS INCLUDE:   All […]