Banksia finalists herald bright future for sustainability in Australia Press Release Click here to access the Press Release.
Degnan’s vision was to deliver a project that set a new benchmark for innovation in rail infrastructure, focusing on sustainable design concepts seamlessly integrated into the fabric of the station. They conceived a solution where the source of renewable energy could be integrated into an essential piece of infrastructure for the Como Train Station upgrade.
Sydney Institute of Marine Science worked with Reef Design Lab 3D printing technology to recreate the pits, crevices and pools of natural shorelines on modular panels. The panels, which can be manufactured from upcycled materials, are then fitted to new or existing marine developments in customisable mosaics to create Living Seawalls.
Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort achieved their 100% renewable energy goal through the installation of the Hybrid Solar Power Station, plus over 1000 solar panels and over 250 batteries throughout the resort. These work harmoniously to supply clean and renewable energy for all staff and guests who occupy the resort.
Primary & Community Care Services is dedicated to delivering positive outcomes in the health and social welfare sectors. They provide a comprehensive range of mental health and psychosocial support services for people with mental illness across Australia, working in partnership with governments, health services and community groups.