Wyndham City Council will offer some residents who use reusable nappies and sanitary products a rebate, as a thank you for helping reduce waste to landfill.
Environment and Sustainability Portfolio holder, Cr Heather Marcus said an average of 94 babies were born every week in Wyndham.
“That means tonnes of disposable nappies have been sent to landfill—and this is not sustainable long term, especially with our growing population,” Cr Marcus said. “Some Wyndham families are choosing greener solutions such as reusable cloth nappies.”
“Even if you use cloth nappies at the weekend, or whenever it is convenient, it helps us reduce waste from landfill”
“Even if you use cloth nappies at the weekend, or whenever it is convenient, it helps us reduce waste from landfill.”
“Women who choose to use more environmentally-friendly sanitary products are also helping with our growing waste issue.”
“To thank residents for making the change to cloth nappies and environmentally-friendly sanitary products, Wyndham City Council is offering the first 50 residents a rebate.”
“With a receipt for cloth nappies, Wyndham City Council is offering $100 rebate and with a receipt for reusable sanitary items, we are offering up to $50 back on your purchase.”
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