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Mullum public spaces

Mullum Cares founder, Sasha Mainsbridge, is a member of a collaborative committee called the Place Planning Collective (PPC) that works with the Byron Shire Council to collect community input and funnel that into projects to improve public spaces. The Mullum… Continue Reading →

Library of Stuff Home Deliveries

This week we hit the road delivering much appreciated stuff to our wonderful members. Life is WAY BETTER with a Library of Stuff membership:) To join or sign up for updates head to the libraryofstuff.org.au website. Make sure you sign… Continue Reading →

The Aus & NZ Circle Awards – vote for us and check out all the other amazing entrants.

We are stoked to be in this list of nominees for this inaugural award for Circular Economy ventures in Australia & New Zealand. Big up to Greg Howell and his team at Climate Wave who are also in the running…. Continue Reading →

Byron Shire Waste Free Events are Back

After what feels like a long hiatus events are back on and the Mullum Cares Sustainable Events team hit the ground running delivering a beautiful Wash Station operation at Renew Fest. Preparations for the event included harnessing our partnership with… Continue Reading →

Salvage Culture on tour

We’re on a mission to increase demand for a local, circular economy in the Northern Rivers. Sasha mainsbridge We’ve begun the R & D phase of our Salvage Culture Project. The website is live: salvageculture.com.au and we’re out and about… Continue Reading →

Salvage Culture + Reverse Garbage + the Library of Stuff = Local, Ethical Circular Economy Gold

Our Plastic Free July event held last Saturday, REthink Fabric Waste, (6000kgs a minute goes to landfill of which 60% is plastic) demonstrated strong local interest in both learning how to Upcycle waste fabric as well as an appetite to… Continue Reading →

This Plastic Free July – Think & then REthink Fabric Waste

This Plastic Free July we are moving beyond the usual single use plastics and shining a light on another source of plastic that we invite into our homes and later discard – at an increasingly alarming rate; fabric. Our PFJ… Continue Reading →

Mullum Music Fest is Conscious Ground

At this year’s Mullum Music Festival we are continuing our Maximum Diversion strategy of sorting waste to recover precious organic and recylable materials to save them being wasted in landfill. Last weekend our efforts at the Mullum Show allowed us… Continue Reading →

Our Sustainable Events team launch Maximum Diversion and the Southern Cross Credit Union is right by our side:)

Mullum Cares Sustainable Events team never intended to become waste managers. We thought providing and managing washable crockery, cutlery and cups would be enough to radically reduce the waste at local events but the reality is, there is still a… Continue Reading →

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