At Reviva and Resource Recovery Australia, we’re big advocates for reuse, buying second hand, and recycling. We believe that everyone has a role to play
Blog : Resource Recovery Australia
At Resource Recovery Australia we want to encourage reuse and repurposing.
Our blog will be filled with good news stories from our team and ideas to help you reuse, repurpose and recycle.
In an effort to foster a more inclusive and culturally sensitive work environment, Community Resources (RRA’s parent organisation) recently organised a comprehensive Aboriginal and Torres
Anthena Huynh is a Team Leader on Resource Recovery Australia’s Mobile Community Recycling Service which operates in the Cumberland, Parramatta and Blacktown local government areas.
In a world often consumed by hustle and bustle, it’s essential to pause and appreciate the guiding lights in our lives. Among the Indigenous peoples
NAIDOC Week is a time of great significance and celebration, as we come together to recognise and honour the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal
Welcome to Reviva, we’re reuse shops, and we sit at the centre of a thriving circular economy. But you’re probably wondering what that means? What
Packing a trailer, car, or ute, to visit a waste facility can be quite a daunting task. But worry not! We’ve got you covered with
In a world where environmental concerns and community support are increasingly important, the choice to buy second-hand items has emerged as a powerful way to
Are you new to second-hand shopping? A trip to your local reuse or second-hand shop can be overwhelming when you’re just starting out, but we
RRA Noosa operates on the traditional lands of the Gubbi Gubbi people. Doonan, near Noosaville is home to the operations, in traditional aboriginal culture it
The Australian Capital Territory is Ngunnawal Country. The region has a harsh climate with extreme cold and heat by Australian standards, making the Ngunnawal people
Creating jobs that care for people and planet is at the core of all of Community Resources operations. For Resource Recovery Australia, this means partnering
This weekend is Clean Up Australia Day. Over 30 years ago, Ian Kiernan, AO, decided to make a difference. Since then over 20 million Aussies