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What Exactly Can We Do About Waste in Our Oceans?

Nov 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

(This article is the final part of a 3-article series that looks at the current and future state of recycling and waste management in Australia and the rest of the world.)  

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5 Surprising Facts About Recycling in Australia You Probably Didn’t Know

Nov 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

(This article is the second part of a 3-article series that looks at the current and future state of recycling and waste management in Australia and the rest of the world.)  

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What's Next in the World of Recycling? 3 Trends to Watch Out For in the Near Future

Oct 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

(This article is the first part of a 3-article series that looks at the current and future state of recycling and waste management in Australia and the rest of the world.)  

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How Do You Clean Your Reusable Shopping Bags?

Oct 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

Last week, News.com.au ran a story about how using a reusable shopping bag could be making you sick. The story referred to the findings of researchers from the University of Arizona and Loma Linda University, who found that all the reusable bags they studied were contained bacteria like E. Coli and coliform bacteria.  

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The Evolution of Web Design – 1991 to Present Day

Oct 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

(This is the final part of a 3-article series that looks at the History of Recycling, Print and Graphic Design, and Web Design) 

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5 Facts You Need to Know About Western Australia’s Plastic Bag Ban

Oct 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

Beginning July 1, 2018, Western Australia will officially ban single-use plastic bags. WA will join the ranks of South Australia, Tasmania, the ACT, and Northern Territory—states that have passed legislation against plastics. Queensland has also promised to ban plastic bags on the same day.
 

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A Look at the Last 200 Years in Print and Graphic Design (Part 2 of a 3-Article Series)

Sep 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

(This is the second part of a 3-article series that looks at the History of Recycling, Print and Graphic Design, and Web Design) 

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Queensland Officially Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags

Sep 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment
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A Brief History of Recycling and Waste Management (Part 1 of a 3-Article Series)

Sep 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment
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Is Paper a Sustainable Product? Here’s the Real Scoop.

Aug 2017, by Chris Russell | Add a comment

Around the world, people use tonnes of paper every day. From food packaging, magazines, books, office paper, printing paper, and toilet paper, paper is still very much a fixture in our lives, even in today’s digital age. Of course, the prevalent use of paper products also raises the issue of waste and recycling, which is why some people claim that depending too much on paper is bad for the environment. 

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