Public Place Recycling in the Buloke Shire

Recycling Away from Home
Buloke residents and visitors are encouraged to recycle while away from home with new recycling bins and surrounds being installed in towns across the Shire.
The Buloke Shire Council in partnership with the Australian Packaging Covenant and Sustainability Victoria, are rolling out a project that will see the installation and promotion of public place recycling (PPR) infrastructure in the towns of Charlton, Sea Lake and Wycheproof on the Calder Highway and also the townships of Donald and Birchip along the Sunraysia Highway. These bins will provide an environmentally and efficient service to allow the community and visitors to separate resources at these sites, in particular packaging.
Follow this link to see What can and cannot be recycled

Reducing litter
A reduction in litter is anticipated across the Shire with an increase in the number of waste and recycling bins accessible by the public. This campaign will improve the aesthesis of towns by keeping litter out of gardens, gutters and streets as well as minimising environmental impacts of wrongfully discarded items.