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Come and see the Community Advisory Group at the Great Sustainable Home Open Garden Tour in conjunction with Open Gardens Australia

When: Saturday 22 March 2014 - 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Location: Chris Ferreira’s Sustainable Home, 11 Mortlock Street, Hamilton Hill
Entry Fee : $8.00

Join Chris Ferreira and Open Gardens Australia on an open home and garden tour at his Sustainable Home in Hamilton Hill.

Chris explains how he “Beat the Drought’. Since retrofitting his 1950’s home and garden, Chris is opening his home garden to show how his garden has survived and thrived its third Perth summer.

Tours throughout the day covering food production, Waterwise and native species, soil improvement, best practice fertiliser use, how to use plants for natural heating and cooling, and much more!

Palmyra Primary’s Kitchen Garden Program will be serving up delicious falafel and spicy harissa from 11.30am using ingredients grown in the kitchen garden. This ticks all the boxes - nutritional food, local ingredients, great taste and a fundraiser too!

The SMRC’s Communtiy Advisory Group will be there with loads of recycling tips and information. And of course, morning and afternoon teas available for purchase throughout the day from Native ARC.

An $8 entry fee will be charged by Open Gardens Australia. No charge for children under 18 years.

Numbers are limited. Registrations are ESSENTIAL to attend this event. Visit http://theforeverproject.com.au/

For your chance to win free entry for two to the event – like Recycle Right NOW with SMRC on Facebook and tell us in 25 words or less why you think recycling is important.
 
FREE RECYCLING APP

The Recycle Right App is now ready for you to download from the App store and Google play.

The SMRC have revolutionised Waste Education with Perth’s first mobile app for waste and recycling.

 

Features of the app are:
* Which Bin
     * Materials A-Z     * Hints and Tips
* Find my nearest     * Leftover Recipes


The app is available in both mobile web and native versions.

Mobile Web App
To install the mobile web app on your apple or android smartphone or tablet, go to m.recycleright.net.au and add the icon to your homescreen.

Click on the link below to download from Google Play


Click on the link below to download from iTunes

BALE STORAGE SHED


The new bale storage shed and loading dock at the Materials Recovery Facility is now complete and operational giving the MRF more capacity for storage of baled recyclables.

CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA DAY
Clean up Australia Day is this Sunday the 2nd of March.
To find out how to get involved in your community or attend an event go to www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/

AUSTRALIAN SCIENCE COMMUNICATORS


On Saturday the 22nd of February the Australian Science Communicators visited the Regional Resource Recovery Centre. They gave the tour the big thumbs up!  Some members of the group took some cuttings from our vegetable garden to take home!
Thanks for coming in and helping us to spread the word about Recycling!

WILBUR THE WESTERN BEARDED DRAGON

Wilbur the Western Bearded Dragon has moved into the RRRC vegetable garden to live and is loving warming himself on the new recycled metal art. We think he is also loving his new diet of the various insects and flowers in the garden. Why not come on a tour and meet Wilbur for yourself!

TOURS

RRRC TourThe Recycle Right Tour Guide can provide your school, community group, family and friends with a fantastic tour of the Regional Resource Recovery Centre in Canning Vale. The tour takes 1.5 to 2 hours and includes a stroll through the conservation area, the Waste Composting Facility, Audit and Green Waste Facilities and finishes in our state-of-the-art Materials Recovery Facility Education Centre.

Please call 9256 9555 or email tours@smrc.com.au for further information or to book your tour.

PUMPKINS, PUMPKINS EVERYWHERE!


The SMRC’s Vegetable Garden is currently being overrun by Pumpkins!
Did you know
  • Pumpkin is a fruit and is loaded with potassium and vitamin A.
  • Pumpkin flowers are edible!
  • Pumpkins were once recommended for removing freckles and curing snake bites.

COMMUNITY ADVISORY GROUP

Community Advisory Group

The Community Advisory Group appointed a new chair at the November Meeting. Congratulations to Norm who is the new Chair of the Group for the next 12 months and Durga who is Deputy Chair. Welcome also to Delphine, Louis and Cliff who are new members of the group.

If you would like to join the CAG or learn more about what they do please contact them on the details below.

Please email smrccag@gmail.com or write to them at
SMRC Community Advisory Group,
PO Box 1501, Booragoon WA 6154.



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