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Commercial and industrial business recycling case study from Sustainability Victoria: 161 Collins Street, Melbourne

161 Collins St is a multi-tenanted building consisting of commercial offices, retailers and restaurant areas. Recycling rates increased from 64% to 94% through a combination of education, removing landfill bins from staff desks and securing bins in docking areas.

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