What is CitySwitch and why you should join too

Apr17
CitySwitch Green Office program is Australia’s flagship sustainability program for business. Its purpose is to help Australian businesses to improve their energy and waste efficiency. Total Green joined the CitySwitch program early this year to work towards a carbon positive future. Currently, 903 tenancies across Australia covering over 4,011,709 sqm have committed to CitySwitch. Our director Michael says: “We strive for sustainability and best environmental outcome in all aspects of our business. From saving energy

WA’s e-waste recycling statistics for March 2019

Apr09
March was a busy month especially for our Asset Management team. We have recovered 163 tonnes of materials from e-waste and refurbished and repurposed 4,755 items. Top 5 performing councils in WA Congratulations to our TOP 5 e-waste recycling councils in March 19′. City of Stirling = 49.02 T Mindarie Regional Council (Tamala Park Waste Facility) = 19.82 T City of Busselton = 14.76 T Bunbury Harvey Regional Council = 9.85 T Shire of Mundaring

Is Australian Solargeddon coming soon?

Apr09
Our current estimate is that there are now over 100 million panels installed on roofs around Australia and that many of these will soon be reaching their end of life. With far more solar panels on Australian rooftops than there are people in the country, the recycling of solar panels will become a more pressing issue in the years ahead. Solar panels are meant to last for about a quarter of a century, some brands

Why Total Green supports International School Program (ISP) in Uganda

Mar19
As a Profit for Purpose organisation our mission is to support local communities with purposeful employment and education. We also recognise the impact that our consumption and activity can have on the developing work, so for two years now we’ve been working with ISP Uganda, providing financial support and collaboration and here is why. Why Uganda? There are 2,500,000 orphan children in Uganda. Many of these children live in slum villages and have very little