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Green gifts: Eco-friendly festive advice, (clipping)

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Green gifts: Eco-friendly festive advice
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Green gifts: Eco-friendly festive advice
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Since an estimated $700 million of unwanted Christmas presents go into Australian landfill each year, three Eastern Suburbs mayors got together with a green Santa last Thursday to encourage shoppers to be more eco-friendly this festive season. "Thank you so much for helping save the planet, " Santa said as he handed the children solar-powered toy grasshoppers at Barrett House, Randwick Council's model house, retrofitted for sustainability in 2009. Waverley Mayor Sally Betts told the children it would be nice to get presents this year which would really last. "And you could suggest worm farms for your gardens, since they make beautiful flowers and vegetables grow, " she said
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  • Randwick City Council
  • Toys
  • Recycling
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Green gifts: Eco-friendly festive advice, (clipping)
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09/11/2010
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pp. 11, 33
Label
Green gifts: Eco-friendly festive advice, (clipping)
Publication
Note
09/11/2010
Extent
pp. 11, 33

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