KAB Week has landed!
KAB Week is here! <br><br>Are you signed up for the Waste Reduction Challenge? <br><br>With many activities taking place during the week, it’s not too late to register online and get involved. <br><br>Rugby League fans are being urged to take up the ‘Waste Reduction Challenge’ to help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. You can get involved at home, at work or at school by logging on to <a href="http://www.kab.org.au"><b>www.kab.org.au</b></a> and participating in as many of the waste reduction challenge as you can. <br><br>Starting your Waste Reduction Challenge at Home is one of easiest things you can do. <br><br>Did you know that over a third of household garbage going to landfill is food waste? <br><br>Set up a compost bin or worm farm to reduce food waste and feed your garden! Worm farms are odourless and don’t attract flies, so they can be placed indoors or outdoors.<br><br><b>Other activities you can do at home include:</b><br><br>• Refill or recycle empty printer cartridges from your home office at Cartridge World to save money and the environment.<br>• Round up as many old phones and accessories as you can and then drop them off for recycling with MobileMuster at your local Cartridge World store and receive a 10% discount cartridge refill voucher, or drop them off at any participating Telstra Shop.<br>• Avoid plastic bags by leaving your reusable shopping bags in the front seat of your car so you remember to take them into the shops with you.<br>• Consider taking your own water bottles instead of buying drinks when you’re out… this will save you money and reduce waste.<br>• Reuse packaging ie: glass bottles can be used to store homemade jams/spreads. Or get creative and use boxes and other packaging for gifts.<br><br>The NRL One Community Program is a promotional partner of Keep Australia Beautiful Week for the second year in a row and Rugby League fans are being urged to take up the ‘Waste Reduction Challenge’ to help reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. <br><br>It’s not too late to get involved so to find out more, or to register your support, visit <a href="http://www.kab.org.au"><b>www.kab.org.au </b></a><br>