EnviroCom has extensive project experience and a diversity of staff capabilities and expertise.  Each of EnviroCom’s clients has access to our range of specialised services in Environmental Education, Training and Research.

EnviroCom can provide integrated services – linking research, planning, development, delivery and evaluation – as well as discrete or ‘one off’ projects.


EnviroCom Australia undertakes research and technical data collection for a wide range of government and private sector clients. Methodologies are developed specifically for each project to reflect the client’s needs.

Research collection projects include:

  • Corporate sustainability auditing (water, energy, waste)
  • Domestic mobile garbage bin audits (garbage, recycling and organic)
  • Landfill and transfer station audits
  • Landfill assessments
  • Site specific audits
  • Materials recovery facility waste stream audits
  • Commercial and industrial waste assessments
  • Community waste assessments
  • Community attitude and knowledge surveys
  • Inspection programs
  • Desktop research
  • Compliance and legislative auditing
  • Behavioural observations
  • Waste Management Plans and Strategies
  • Education program evaluation and review


Guidelines for Public Place Recycling (PPR) in Shopping Precincts and Public Places

Australian Packaging Covenant (APC)
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Guidelines for PPR in shopping precincts and public places

Guidelines for PPR in shopping precincts and public places

Following the success of the ‘Closing the Loop on the Mordialloc Shopping Strip’ project, the Australian Packaging Covenant further commissioned EnviroCom to produce comprehensive Guidelines for Public Place Recycling (PPR) in Shopping Precincts and Public Places.

The guidelines assist local government in introducing PPR systems, with detailed instructions under four easy steps:

Step 1. Review the current system

(e.g. Establish the project area; Review the waste collection contract)

Step 2. Design a new system

(e.g. Set up a project plan; Set targets and objectives; Bin design)

Step 3. Implement the new system

(e.g. Set up a communications plan; Promote the new infrastructure)

Step 4. Monitor and maintain the new system

(e.g. Review the new system; Maintenance and reporting)

Each step has its own ‘checklist’ to guide the user through a PPR implementation project, and there are helpful examples of project plans and maps, risk matrix, effective bin signage, communications plan, media releases, posters and evaluation surveys.

The Guidelines are available for download from the APC website: