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As a multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy firm, we're deeply connected to sustainability, especially regarding waste management and resource use in construction and infrastructure projects.

Scrapping the waste export levy is a step in the right direction for our industry's commitment to sustainability. It means we can focus more on finding smart solutions for waste reduction and recycling in our projects, without worrying about extra costs.

Integrating environmental concerns into our designs is crucial. Whether we're working on government buildings or commercial spaces, we prioritize sustainability at every stage.

Tanya Plibersek, the federal Environment Minister, played a significant role in this decision. By listening to industry concerns, she helped ensure that our efforts towards sustainability can continue without unnecessary financial burdens.

By staying updated on waste management trends, we ensure our clients get eco-friendly solutions that meet their needs. This reflects our goal of promoting modern design while being environmentally responsible.

In conclusion, scrapping the waste export levy is a win for sustainability, something we at Goldfish & Bay strongly support. We're dedicated to delivering top-notch designs that not only meet client needs but also contribute to a greener planet.

Let's continue to build a brighter future together. 🌱


Inspired by LinkedIn Post by Tanya Plibersek

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