NextGen - Sustainability in Horticulture (Wednesday)
Join NextGen Victoria for a behind the scenes tour of Garden City Plastics and Polymer Processors.
Calling all NextGen-ers!
Please note that the NextGen event has been postponed to Wednesday 11 August 2021.
Join NextGen Victoria for a behind the scenes tour of Garden City Plastics and Polymer Processors. You’ll discover how they are leading the way in sustainable practises in horticulture, their mission to close the loop on PP5 plastic and how they are working together to launch a plant pot recycling bin scheme to help growers, retail businesses and consumers, to recycle their used pots.
Garden City Plastics (GCP) is Australia’s largest plastic pot manufacturer. The vast majority of their black plastic containers are made from recycled plastics and they have recently introduced a Recycled Colour range.
Polymer Processors is one of Australia's largest plastic recycling facilities in Australia. They use state of the art machinery wash, extrude, and pelletise various types of consumer and post-industrial waste, to divert plastic waste from landfill.
Attendee numbers are strictly limited.
Wednesday 11 August
12.00pm - 3.00pm
Garden City Plastics, 10 E J Court, Dandenong South, 3175
Polymer Processors, 11 Japaddy Street, Braeside, 3195
$25 per person
Please note that we will start the day at Garden City Plastics, and then at 1.30pm make our way to Polymer Processors. You will need to provide your own transport method between the two sites.
The tour is open to NextGen members only. To be a member of NextGen you must be under 35 years old.
Please note that as of 01 January 2020, NGIV will no longer be offering a 'Pay Later' option for bookings. All bookings will need to be paid for at the time of registration, this includes phone, email or online, so please ensure you have a valid card ready for payment.
If you cancel your booking with less than 48 hours’ notice or non-attendance no refund will be given. Any notice received prior to the 48 hours cut off, NGIV will endeavour to refund your ticket, however if NGIV has incurred any cost for your original booking (and we could not fill your position), you may still be liable for some of the ticket price.