A newspaper drop off point at the Geraldton Campus is in the Me-N-U Cafe. All are encouraged to recycle at home and bring their newspapers in. The newspapers are taken to Jack's Shed, a local recycling collection point in Geraldton. This recycling initiative raises critical funding for community projects.
Durack CAN Recycle
A large centralised bin has been installed at the Geraldton campus with smaller green bins strategically placed around the campus. All are encouraged to recycle at home and bring their cans in.
A large centralised bin has been installed at the Geraldton campus with smaller pink bins strategically placed around the campus. All are encouraged to recycle at home and bring their plastic bottles in.
Bring out your Dead… Batteries
Now you can dispose of your household batteries correctly, as we do it for you. Small and large battery recycling bins are located around the Geraldton campus. These are delivered to the City of Greater Geraldton at the Meru Landfill Facility, and then transported to Perth for appropriate disposal.
Central Regional TAFE have recently partnered with ToxFree to provide waste paper recycling facilities on campus. The "Pulp Action" recycling initiative has been launched to capture waste paper, cardboard, magazines, glossy pamphlets etc, that were generally entering waste and into landfill. The waste paper products captured by the 80 boxes located throughout the campus, will go into ToxFree's waste paper recycling facilities to be reused for a number of different renewed/recycled products. Central Regional TAFE are further enhancing this initiative by offering that staff and students bring in their personal waste paper and cardboard from home and utilise the recycling facilities.
See our SPOT pages for more examples of our recycling and waste reduction initiatives.
FT - Full time
PT - Part time
FLX - Flexible
RPL - Recognition of prior learning
ONL - Online
OPL - Open learning
PRE - Preapprenticeship
APP - Apprenticeship
TRN - Traineeship
WPA - Workplace assessment