The pandemic has triggered a fundamental and possibly permanent shift in how consumers spend time online. Marketers need to adapt their digital marketing strategies to reflect these changes.
In just five years’ time, landfills in Melbourne’s southeast will run out of space. With millions of people living in the region, finding an alternative way to deal with waste is crucial.
MELBOURNE, Australia – August 31, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
According to Waste Sense, provider of commercial waste management services Melbourne-wide, finding a solution to how councils in Melbourne’s sprawling southeast is a big decision local councils are facing. A plan to develop an alternative landfill in the area is still uncertain, with over half of the councils rejecting or deferring a decision on the proposal.
In March 2020, a group comprising 15 councils from across Melbourne’s southeast established the South East Metropolitan Advanced Waste Processing company. The company has shortlisted three groups who have proposed developing alternatives to landfills in the area.
Waste Sense explains that several councils including Stonnington, Glen Eira, Boroondara, Monash, Manningham and Mornington Peninsula have voted against the deal, wary of signing a 25-year contract, which also includes guaranteeing a minimum amount of waste. Additionally, some councils are wary of a lack of transparency regarding the technologies to be used.
The councils will also be required to underwrite the project, which poses a significant risk to ratepayers. The deal could be valued at up to $1 billion and some councils are calling for the state government to contribute towards guaranteeing the project.
With landfills in the southeast due to be at capacity in just a few years, Waste Sense says plans need to be finalised for an alternative soon. One option is to move waste to the western suburbs, which will result in extra charges by residents.
Waste-to-energy solutions, where rubbish is burned to generate electricity, are a possible alternative, with some facilities already located around Melbourne. Waste Sense explains that supporters of this solution claim it is a productive way to dispose of rubbish, while those opposed say it creates a market for rubbish and burning waste can release harmful gases.
As an independent waste broker, Waste Sense is working towards a sustainable future for the community. Waste Sense works proactively with customers to divert waste from landfill into the recycling markets, with almost a third of their services involving recycled waste.
To discuss cost-effective waste solutions to meet business needs, contact the leaders in waste management Melbourne-wide today.
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Savvy Cleaner’s New Brand Manager Chaselyn Shelton Highlights All Things Right with Homeschooling
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – August 30, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
According to NHERI (National Home Education Research Institute), There were about 3.7 million homeschool students in 2020-2021 grades K-12 in the United States (roughly 6% to 7% of school-age children).
Diane Gayeski, Ph.D., principal of Gayeski Analytics notes, “Gen Z has seen the toll that a work-centric life has taken on their families and is sensitive to physical and emotional health. They want to work for organizations that they admire, and they want to build a life that gives them the time to relish family, friends, hobbies, and other interests.”
CEO of Savvy Cleaner, Angela Brown, like Chaselyn Shelton, was herself homeschooled and is enthusiastic about independent learning and the self-driven nature that goes hand in hand with homeschooling.
Shelton’s youthfulness brings a fresh perspective to branding, marketing, and the ability to reach an extended audience through apps and plugins on social media platforms. “We recognized immediately that Shelton was a great fit as our Brand Manager,” adds Brown. “She wasted no time in her new role, kicking off a TikTok campaign to up level the world of house cleaning.”
Chaselyn Shelton has been in the Charlotte area since 2012. She was homeschooled for her entire education and thrives in fast-paced, ever-changing environments. By the age of 8, she created a jewelry business with both a marketing and a business plan. With the help of a homeschooling co-op, she partnered with other homeschoolers to sell and promote her jewelry at local craft fairs. She delegated the marketing help to friends and family and her brand was off to the races. “I’ve just always loved marketing and how to use it to sell more stuff,” Shelton says “I’m excited to work with Savvy Cleaner and can’t wait to see the awesome changes that are possible with their social media.”
About Savvy Cleaner
Savvy Cleaner (https://savvycleaner.com) is a training and certification program for house cleaners and maids. They started the Ask a House Cleaner show on YouTube in 2017 to raise the standards of house cleaning through proper training, tools, and techniques.
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The goal of NUG’s Greater Community Program is to create consistent retail sales through merchandising and promotional support within NUG’s retail network for brands owned and operated by individuals from communities disproportionately affected by the war on drugs.
OAKLAND, Calif. – August 30, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
NUG, Inc. a vertically-integrated California cannabis company announced today the launch of a new program that deepens their commitment to social equity and community. The NUG Greater Community Program lifts up underrepresented brands in cannabis committed to community reinvestment and engagement, normalization of the cannabis plant and social justice.
The goal is to create consistent retail sales through merchandising and promotional support throughout the growing NUG network for brands owned and operated by individuals from communities that do not have adequate representation in the cannabis industry. “We are excited to launch this effort that builds on our commitment to normalize the cannabis experience through support of social equity and community reinvestment,” said NUG CEO, John Oram. “It is important for us to continue to find new ways to support the greater equity community – that includes how we help support success and greater sales from the shelves of our NUG stores.”
To check out the inaugural NUG Greater Community brands, visit the NUG website at https://www.nug.com/greatercommunity. Brands interested in participating in the program can apply online. The program is open to all underrepresented brands in California, and can include brands currently or formerly carried by NUG retailers.
Media Inquiries: Timeka Drew – Chief Growth Officer – [email protected]
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PORTO, Portugal – August 30, 2022 – (Newswire.com)
The Jewish Community of Porto filed a complaint to the European Public Prosecutor’s Office alleging an antisemitic conspiracy against the wealthy members of the Portuguese Jewish community and the strongest Jewish organization in Portugal – harming the financial interests of the European Union. The complaint was submitted with the assistance of lawyers from Portugal, the USA and Israel and the European Jewish Association (EJA).
The entire complaint has been bound into a book under the title “The First Major Antisemitic Conspiracy of the 21st Century”, which can be downloaded for free: http://firstmajorconspiracy.com
According to the Jewish Community of Porto, “A group of people among the Portuguese elites united executive, legislative, judiciary and media powers in a violent antisemitic conspiracy. The objectives of the conspiracy were to destroy the Sephardic Law against a backdrop of terror, so that no one could come forward to defend that law; to reject politically the large influx of Israeli citizens with an interest in Portuguese nationality; and to produce a ‘criminal lawsuit’ based on anonymous denunciations that aim to destroy the Jewish businessman Patrick Drahi, wealthy Jews of Portuguese origin and the Jewish Community of Porto.”
“The European Public Prosecutor’s Office has no legal legitimacy to investigate cases of antisemitism, but in this case, there are some signs of corruption on the part of ruling elites and this harms all citizens of Europe,” says the President of the Jewish Community in Porto, Gabriel Senderowicz.
In a scathing 113-page complaint submitted last week to the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), the Jewish Community of Porto states that “conspirators used a criminal organization dedicated to nocturnal raids on private homes and law offices of people supposedly connected to Patrick Drahi, and also used false accusations of drug trafficking and fraud, and ‘anonymous’ sources who have already been convicted in court for defamation of members and friends of the Jewish Community of Porto.”
The complaint mentions the destructive role of some politicians, influencers, and also journalists from several newspapers and TV stations in Portugal.
“Week after week, entire families were subject to libellous exposure in the newspapers, and slander on television, all based on anonymous denunciations and anonymous sources. No one escaped this type of Inquisition-style ‘purification,'” reads the complaint.
“‘Operation Open Door’, which was presented to the world as the sale of passports by a rabbinate who acted for money, is after all a ‘Palestinian case’ that attacks Jewish Israelis, wealthy Jews and strong Jewish institutes connected with Portugal,” the complaints concludes.
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