EnviroCom Australia has been developing, implementing and evaluating environmental education programs for industry, Local and State Governments since 1998.
EnviroCom has extensive experience in tailoring education programs to meet the needs of the client, targeting specified demographics with contemporary curriculum and resources.
Here are just a few examples of the kind of education services EnviroCom provide:
- Design and delivery of environmental education programs for schools and communities
- Design and staffing of mobile education facilities
- Coordination of special events
- Development of educational and promotional materials
- Design and development of state and regional education packages and programs
- Development of localised curriculum materials
- Program evaluation – community surveys, street intercepts, behavioural observations
- Outreach programs
- Content development, coordination and delivery of community workshops.
- Development and delivery of guided facility tours for both school and community groups
- Social media packages including graphics and animated videos
Hawkesbury website revamp for easier access of waste information
Waste pages are some of the most commonly viewed sections on Council websites. Consequently, they form an important conduit for distributing both general and Council-specific waste and recycling information to the local community. Hawkesbury City Council identified an opportunity to streamline waste related information to improve accessibility by residents, and invited EnviroCom to undertake a comprehensive review of the waste services pages on Council’s website in order to identify areas for improvement.
The redesign, as directed and overseen by EnviroCom, was guided by a detailed project scope, which considered Council’s preference for a more mobile-friendly format; a desire to reduce the number of website pages; and a desire to avoid text heavy pages where possible.
New website content was developed by EnviroCom’s experienced consultants for the waste-related subpages, with input from and final approval provided by Council. All content was then provided to Council’s IT department who undertook the website refurbishing process ‘back of house’, rearranging subpages and uploading the new content and resources as required. Feedback provided by Council indicated the IT department was very impressed by the highly intuitive and user-friendly arrangement of the information and content.