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Hennops River Clean Up

The Zero Waste Foundation team in Gauteng joined forces with Hennops Revival and Dont Waste Group for the Hennops River Clean Up in commemoration of World Water Day.

World Environment Day: Environmental Awareness Expo

To celebrate World Environment Day the Zero Waste Foundation joined an environmental awareness expo hosted in Johannesburg.

The Future of Sustainable Fashion Brands

Trailblazing sustainable fashion brands are emerging in response to the demand for circularity in the fashion industry.

Top Scorers in the Sustainability Football League 2021

As the Premier League draws to a close, we look at which football teams have dominated the Sustainability League in 2021 with green initiatives on and off the field.

Clean-Up of the Blesbokspruit River

The Zero Waste Foundation in proud partnership with Heidelberg Mall and the Don’t Waste Group conducted a clean-up around the Blesbokspruit River in Heidelberg.

World Wetlands Day Clean-Up

Our South African teams worked hard to clean up the Hennops River in commemoration of World Wetlands Day.

The Future of Sustainable Fashion: the rise of rental, repair and resale

Textile waste, carbon dioxide emissions, water consumption and unethical labour are just a few of the criticisms levelled at the fashion industry.


Don't Waste conducted an in-depth waste management review of a multinational designer outlet group with locations across 8 countries within the United Kingdom, European Union and Canada.

World Water Day Clean Up: Florida Lake

In commemoration of World Water’s Day, our teams partnered with Clearwater Mall to facilitate a clean up at Florida Lake in Gauteng to raise awareness on pollution in our waters.

Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic vs Virgin Plastic

What are the differences between post-consumer recycled plastic and virgin plastic?

Waste and Recycling Overlooked at COP26

COP26 was successful in getting world leaders to commit to limiting global warming temperatures to 1.5°C. However, waste and recycling were overlooked in the discussions. In this piece, we review the main outcomes of COP26 and highlight its link to waste and recycling.

Net Zero vs Carbon Neutrality

The release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report last year, has spurred discussions on setting carbon commitment goals such as Net Zero and Carbon Neutral.
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