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I came across this Australian

I came across this Australian innovation for keeping waterways clean The collected waste is then sorted and any biowaste such as leaves and twigs are turned into fertilizer while recyclablenon recyclable are separated

doreenmajala Kenya, Worldwide I came across this Australian innovation for keeping waterways clean. The collected waste is then sorted and any biowaste such as leaves and twigs are turned into fertilizer while recyclable/non recyclable are separated Lawyer, MBA Candidate, Certified Mediator (Commercial & Labour Relations ADR), Chair @doreenmajalafdn Passionate about Education, Youth and Development
ntnr737 Kolkata @PMOIndia Australian innovation keeping waterways clean. Sir, is there any possibility that we can adopt this innovation? Man on mission
BatullT Australian innovation to keep waterways safe from waste and pollution. #CleanWater #Solutions #environment Personally:Cake junkie, love life, love travel, Dhoni always my Captain! Professionally:ICF Coach Self development, Expressive Art, Communications, CSR
iWeller_health New Zealand tourism boss targets backpackers ‘s****ing in our waterways’ amid grand new marketing push - [Coronavirus], Source: The West Australian -
AadarshMishra63 India Australian innovation, keeping our waterways clean. Space,Science and Technology Enthusiast.
verbatorium Wangal land And all thinking Australians. For fuck sake every non-indigenous Australian we’ve only been here for just over 200 years and we are degrading our soils, polluting our waterways and oceans, destroying our flora and fauna. It has to stop now! Politics, Law, Human Rights & Public Policy. Urban planning, social inclusion & sustainable development. Imago animi sermo est - Seneca
ParrotOfTheDay Melbourne, Australia @AMNH #NotAParrot, but we love these giants. Australian pelicans can be seen hundreds of miles from the sea on lakes, rivers, and ephemeral waterways in Australia's arid inland. We like the serene blue trail left by this one on Lake Hattah, 475km (300 miles) NW of Melbourne #ownpic A different wild parrot species every day; our own and others’ photos of wild parrots; parrot conservation, ecology and science. Boon Wurrung land, Narrm.
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