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This page is a temporary page to share news and info about the circular economy, sustainability, eco-products & eco-services in Australia.


Eco Farming

Hollyburton is a NASAA Certified Organic Farm in the Macedon Ranges just outside Melbourne spanning 440 acres and owned by the Scott family for 24 years. 

We produce Organic Beef, Organic Lamb, Organic Chicken, Organic Eggs (Madelaine’s Eggs), Free Range Pork, Doonas made from our own wool, and Wadding for patchwork quilting. Hollyburton is more than just a farm.

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Hollyburton Farm




Eco Community

Join Claire and Andrew from Eco Villages Australia as they introduce you to Maleny Eco VIllage and how the community has transformed their lives. 

We discuss the financial and legal model, and how we have effectively locked the land away from the speculative market; leaving it open for affordable housing, environmental care, and community forever. 

We touch on topics such as emotional support, collectivism, contribution, and even conflict. 

This is a way of life for us; we are not making money from this; if this lifestyle is your dream, please reach out. 

Eco Villages Australia can help you reach your dream. It did for us!

(Source: Youtube)

Eco Villages Australia



Eco Product

What if every crap you took made a difference? 

This company has developed a toilet paper that delivers a breakthrough on so many levels.

It's better for the environment - 100% recycled - No inks, dyes, glues, or artificial scents - no chlorine ... better for your body!

50% of profits fund sanitation projects in the developing world.

If a trip to the bathroom can be the ultimate experience for some, for many it's not! 2.4 billion people don't have access to toilets.

That doesn't feel very good!

(Source: Youtube)

Who Gives A Crap Toilet paper




Sustainability

Is it time to take pride in our agricultural history? Bruce Pascoe and Fran Bodkin show us how traditional systems of ethno-science and permaculture are exportable, and can be used to create a more sustainable Australia.

Bruce Pascoe


Waste Management

More than three years after China banned the import of the world's recycling and waste, Australia is finally getting its act together. A new multi-million dollar Recycling Modernisation fund and National Waste Management Plan is helping the sector develop and invest in new technologies.

(Source: Youtube)

ABC News




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