Drinking straws, stirrers and cutlery will be prohibited from sale, supply or distribution across the state.
New York City artist Robin Frohardt has made a grocery store exhibition out of her native city’s plastic rubbish in Rundle Mall.
The bread tags are recycled by Transmutation in Robe and made into incredible pieces of practical art such as hexagonal bowls, bread boards and soup dishes.
Whether they're reducing food waste, using solar to power their business or by saying no to single-use plastics, these are some of Adelaide's greenest eateries.
South Australia’s ban on single-use plastics will start on 1 March 2021 with a new education campaign launching to help businesses and the public prepare for the changes.
The first recycled and recyclable bread tag in Australia is being launched in SA first, with households encouraged to support the initiative.
85% of the nation aren’t aware that soft plastics – like cereal liners – can be recycled.
The new initiative from Adelaide's finest supermarkets will save more than three million single-use plastic bags per year from going into landfill.
The recently passes legislation bans the supply and distribution of single-use plastic products such as straws, cutlery and beverage stirrers in South Australia.
Sturt Football Club has become the first football club in Australia to commit to going plastic free.
The Marshall Liberal Government’s laws to ban single use plastics, passed the House of Assembly.
House of Health, known for its health foods, whole foods, and bulk foods, has gained accreditation as a 'Plastic Free Champion'.
WFF has produced a scorecard to rate the performance of Australia's states and territories in managing single-use plastics.
In a post on Steven Marshall's Facebook page, four precincts have been named as initial partners with the South Australian government in instilling the new legislation.
There's an exciting new location for this plastic-free, organic produce store.
This morning Premier Steven Marshall has announced an upcoming ban on single-use plastics in South Australia.
Subway, the largest fast food chain in Australia, will be eliminating plastic bags nationwide resulting in an estimated reduction of over 76 tonnes of plastic from the company’s waste stream each year.