John Holland and Plastic Police® collaborate on Australia-first sustainability initiative. Date: 3 July 2020 Soft plastics collected on this Central Coast infrastructure project have been recycled into roads for the same project in an Australia-first sustainability initiative. During the construction of Transport for NSW’s New Intercity Fleet Maintenance Facility in Kangy Angy, John Holland employees…
- Educate & Engage: We educate, engage and inspire organisations reduce soft plastic waste.
- Collect: Set up a soft plastics recycling station within your organisation.
- Recycle: Soft plastics are manufactured into products such as asphalt and furniture.
- Close the loop: Participating organisations purchase products to offset the soft plastics collected.
The younger students are really getting into recycling. They come to school and see all the things we are doing for the environment and to be more sustainable. They take these learnings to their parents and want to start recycling soft plastics at home too.
Our staff are separating their soft plastics at home and bringing them into work to recycle. The Plastic Police® program is making them realise how much waste they produce and this is inspiring them to come up with solutions for reducing soft plastic waste in the business.
Knowing that the soft plastics is getting recycled is a peace of mind for us. Participating in this program is essential to helping solve the issue of soft plastics contaminating the environment and being a hazard to our wildlife.