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How Compost Can Build Neighborhood Resilience - Sharewaste.com (Sydney)

 
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“How Compost Can Build Neighborhood Resilience” - Interview with Eli and Tom @ Sharewaste.com (Sydney).

Regenerative Design Series #1 by Willi Paul & willipaul.studio

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"We chose to favor a more grass-roots approach where we encourage people to take responsibility for the waste they create, which we think is something the traditional "top-down" government waste management doesn't address. With ShareWaste.com the waste doesn't just magically disappear; our members know exactly where it goes and what happens to it." - ShareWaste.com

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