Sponsor of the Banksia Small to Medium Business Sustainability Leadership Award
Every day we help people, communities, businesses and government connect with each other across the country, regardless of their size and where they are located.
Australia Post plays an important role in supporting small to medium businesses by helping them connect with their customers across Australia and the world.
Our presence across the length and breadth of Australia is unmatched; delivering millions of items each week to 11.3 million addresses, and operating over 4,400 Post Offices including 2,560 in rural and remote areas. We have a network of Business Hubs specifically to meet the needs of our business customers, and we provide access to a range of eCommerce solutions.
Our ability to influence and impact thousands of Australian communities means we are uniquely placed to help build a better future for everyone, everywhere, every day.
We understand that our opportunity today is unique and important. We aim to use our presence in every Australian community to enable positive environmental and sustainable outcomes while delivering exceptional value for our customers, our workforce and our community.
Sponsor of the Banksia Leadership in the Circular Economy Award
At Cleanaway, we believe that environmental sustainability and business have a beautiful future together. While waste may seem like an ordinary part of everyday life, it has extraordinary potential. We see all waste as a resource, and use our facilities and processes to transform it into valuable commodities for every sector, industry and community. Whether it’s reducing, reusing, recycling, recovering or repurposing – by recovering these extraordinary raw resources and ‘closing the loop’, we are proud to be making a sustainable future possible.
Visit Cleanaway’s Sustainability page here.
Sponsor of the Banksia Large Business Sustainability Leadership Award
Sustainability is at the core of the Office of Environment and Heritage’s organisational values. We have been implementing some great internal sustainability projects for years such as solar PV on national parks offices, energy efficient lighting upgrades, onsite worm farms, increasingly sustainable transport, soft plastics recycling and even donating laptops to rangers in developing countries. We started work in September 2014 on a new sustainability strategy to refocus our efforts. Actions taken as part of our sustainability strategy will reduce our waste, water, and power use, delivering positive outcomes for our environment. This way of working will reduce our costs and build a more resilient and productive organisation.
Our sustainability strategy is the map that guides us to a more sustainable future for our environment, our communities and ourselves. Each of us at the Office of Environment and Heritage will have a part to play in making the strategy a reality.