Bunbury, Collie up for waste awards

Bunbury Herald
Environment Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson.
Camera IconEnvironment Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson. Credit: Supplied/RegionalHUB

Two South West local governments and a Bunbury school have fought for a spot among the finalists for this year’s WasteSorted Awards.

Bunbury City Council was named as a contender in the community waste and waste management awards categories, as well as waste team of the year.

Bunbury’s own Manea College will go head-to-head with Mary’s Mount Primary School for the title of school of the year, while Collie Town Council is in the running to win WA regional waste award.

Environment Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson announced the 40 finalists vying for top honours at the awards gala in May.

The awards, previously known as the Infinity Awards, showcase some of the most remarkable projects and individuals working across the State’s waste sector.

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About 80 nominations were received across 10 categories, which celebrate individuals individuals, businesses, government, schools, community organisations and not-for-profits for their innovative solutions to reduce waste and promote reuse and recycling.

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