Wise on Waste Food Business Project
NSW businesses send more than 400,000 tonnes of food to landfill each year. In response to this Cessnock City Council is undertaking a project directed at food businesses in the local area. The key messages of the Wise on Waste (WoW) project are to reduce food waste and increase the rate of recycling.
30 local food businesses participated in this exciting and much needed project.
Throughout the WoW project participating businesses learned about:
- Saving money by using more food ingredients and helping them to stay fresher for longer.
- Reducing their waste service and waste bills.
- Reducing their environmental impact by sending less waste to landfill thus reducing greenhouses gas production.
Local businesses can receive an information kit on how to reduce waste in their business by emailing email@example.com.
|Angel's Place||Heddon Greta Hotel||Le's Bakery and Coffee|
|Australia Hotel||Hotel Cessnock||MG's Buffet & Grill (at Cessnock Ex-Services Club)|
|Bellbird Hotel||Hotel Denman||Paxton Bowling Club|
|Black Creek Farm||Hunter Valley Retreat||Peden's Hotel|
|Branxton Fish & Chippery||Indian@Hunter||PK's General Store|
|Café Enzo||Ink Take-Away and Café||Polina's Café|
|Caledonia Hotel||Khartoum Hotel||Restaurant Cuvee|
Kookaburra Brasserie & Grill (at Kurri Bowling Club)
|Shabby Treasure Café|
|Crib Box Café||Kurri Golf Club||Simply D'vine Café|
|Daniel's Restaurant||Leaves and Fishes Lovedale||The Railway Hotel|
Love Food Hate Waste Videos
The following videos have been developed by Hunter Councils in partnership with Hunter TAFE. The videos feature award winning chef Troy Rhoades-Brown and leading restaurateur Neil Slater and demonstrate practical strategies to avoid food waste.
Waste Management in Business
Avoid Food Waste and Save Your Business Money
Sustainability in Business
For further information or to receive resources email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This project was supported by the Environmental Trust as part of the NSW EPA’s Waste Less Recycle More Initiative, funded by the waste levy.