Resources 

We don’t intend to reinvent the wheel. There are plenty of great resources that we’d love to share with you, in our role as concierge for this region.

Ellen Macarthur Foundation

Ellen Macarthur Foundation

A great place to start is the Ellen Macarthur Foundation, one of the pre-eminent circular economy organisations in the world. The website has a huge library of resources and inspiring case studies.

Victoria’s circular economy policy

Victoria’s circular economy policy

Victoria’s circular economy policy is Recycling Victoria – a new economy. It aims to reduce waste, increase recycling and create more value from our resources, and in doing so, to help transform the entire economy.

RICE is committed to supporting, defining and achieving circular economy benefits for the Barwon South West region of Victoria and this is particularly important as Victoria recovers from the impacts of COVID-19.

ACEHub

ACEHub

The Australian Circular Economy Hub (ACE Hub) aims to be the ‘one-stop shop’ for all things circular in Australia – a platform for sharing information and inspiration, and for celebrating the efforts of all those working towards this vital transition. ACE Hub is funded by the Federal Government.

CEV

CEV

Circular Economy Victoria (CEV) is an incorporated not-for-profit that works to catalyse transformative change through social innovation in Victoria.

It has designed a useful model to effect change: AECEA (Awareness, Education, Collaboration, Empowerment and Advocacy). CEV runs programs at the community and individual level to catalyse change, which can be accessed via its website.

CEBIC

CEBIC

The Circular Economy Business Innovation Centre (CEBIC) is a Victorian State Government project which aims to bring together businesses and others to collaborate on innovation challenges, to reduce waste, increase re-use and repair, generate new streams of revenue for business and encourage investment. Amongst other things, CEBIC offers grants.

BSWWRRG

BSWWRRG

Barwon South West Waste and Resource Recovery Group (BSWWRRG) is the region’s statutory body connecting state and local government, business and the community when it comes to recycling and reducing waste.

Together with its partner councils, BSWWRRG has built a Zero Waste Map for the region. The map supports the circular economy by connecting the community with local organisations that repair, re-use, share and recycle goods.

Reports

The circular economy: a transformative Covid-19 recovery strategy

REPORT | Ellen Macarthur Foundation, Oct 2020

Potential Economic Pay-off of a Circular Economy

REPORT | KPMG, Apr 2020

Recycling Victoria: a new economy (Victoria's Circular Economy Policy)

REPORT | DELWP, Feb 2020

Circular economy roadmap for plastics, glass, paper and typres

REPORT | CSIRO, Jan 2021

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