The Climate Change Social Research was conducted on behalf of Sustainability Victoria by Wallis Research, a Victorian-based research company with a strong reputation for expertise in conducting social and government research.
Comprising the Victorian Recycling Industry Annual Report and Victorian Local Government Annual Waste Services Report, this section provides waste and recycling data for Victoria
The Keep Australia Beautiful National Litter Index (NLI) is a national measure of the presence of litter across the country. Litter counts are undertaken twice annually, across 983 sites nationally, to create an annual report.
SV commissioned RMIT to undertake a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of kerbside recycling in Victoria. LCA is a scientific method that measures environmental impacts over the life cycle of a product, service or system.
Between 2013 and 2014 Sustainability Victoria commissioned a series of market analysis reports covering a variety of waste materials identified as priorities for market development.
SV commissioned social research to determine community attitudes towards waste and resource recovery, identify drivers and barriers, underlining contamination of recycling collections and resource recovery rates.
Bin audits are undertaken by state and local governments to gain information about what materials are being discarded in garbage, recycling and organics bins. Conducting audits is a widely used means of measuring materials, mostly by weight but also by volume.
Waste flows in the Victorian commercial & industrial sector contains detailed data on the waste stream at commercial and industrial (C&I) businesses in Victoria.
The Victorian Litter Report (VLR) was established to measure the Victorian Government’s former target of reducing littering behaviour by 25%.
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Sustainability Victoria acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the land and acknowledges and pays respect to their Elders, past and present.
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