Knox, VIC leads feasability study on reusable sanitary products with neighboring councils
Knox, VIC Neighboring Councils Feasability Reusable Sanitary
Knox and five Melbourne-area councils are surveying local residents about sanitary and incontinence products. The survey asks about product types in use and past experiences with reusable items. Council officials are seeking insights into why participants may be reluctant or inconsistent with their reusable product use. The study will produce best practices for council efforts to reduce the 15% of landfill waste composed of single-use items like diapers and pads.
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We are developing a feasibility study for local government reusable sanitary and incontinence programs together with 6 other local councils. Share your experience.
Melbourne Councils investigate feasibility of reusable sanitary products - Council
Seven metropolitan Councils in Melbourne are collaborating to undertake a feasibility study, investigating the potential to reduce waste to landfill through the implementation of a reusable sanitary and incontinence program.
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