The Friends of Reverse Garbage SALE is on! From Saturday 11 November until Saturday 17 November, Friends of Reverse Garbage receive special deals and fantastic discounts on items in our Marrickville Warehouse. To become a Friend of Reverse Garbage, please enquire at our front counter. Terms & Conditions apply. See you soon!
Not happy with being unable to grow a moustache herself (no matter how hard she tried!) the Nudl God has attached a Movember moustache to her Reverse Garbage car in support of Movember this month. “Movember Lane was unveiled at The Addison Road Community Centre in late October and since then our Reverse Garbage staff … Continue reading Movember at Reverse Garbage & ARCC
Working in collaboration with Artist Vivienne Dadour, Reverse Garbage is excited to announce the availability of new adult art workshops entitled ‘Art in Reverse’. Utilising the interesting and diverse range of reuse materials at Reverse Garbage’s Marrickville site, participants will use a collection of reuse items to use as a still life for a series … Continue reading Art in Reverse – Creative Art Adult Workshops
A first for Australia, The Addison Road Community Centre is now home to ‘Movember Road’ in support of the Movember event which aims to raise vital funds and awareness of men’s health issues, specifically prostate cancer and mental health. The new Marrickville Council street sign for Movember Road was installed and unveiled at the Centre … Continue reading Movember Road at ARCC to support Movember!
It was a pleasure to meet with TAFE NSW Visual Merchandising Students who toured and shopped for reuse materials at Reverse Garbage last week. The students will be participating in the upcoming 16th Annual PAVE Gala in New York city and will exhibit, as part of the Gala Gallery Project, accessory items they have made from reuse … Continue reading TAFE NSW choose reuse for the 16th Annual PAVE Gala, New York
It is time to book into one of the 4 FREE workshops on offer at Reverse Garbage these school holidays. These workshops are most suitable for children 5-12 years and all children must be accompanied by an adult. Participants have fun, develop skills and walk away with one or more completed projects – all for the price of turning … Continue reading Reverse Garbage FREE Creative Reuse Workshops
FRANS, a Sydney-based non-profit organisation who supports people living with disabilities and their families/carers, is holding its annual For Art’s Sake exhibition and fundraiser, 30 October 2012. In its fourth year, For Art’s Sake is the charity’s exciting annual fundraising initiative, highlighting the unique and inspired contributions that all people make towards Sydney’s creative community, as well as drawing attention to the invaluable … Continue reading FRANS For Art’s Sake – Anonymous Art Exhibition & Fundraiser
Friday 7 September 2012: Reverse Garbage, Australia’s largest creative reuse organisation, was a double winner at last night’s inaugural 2012 NSW Business Chamber, Southern Sydney Regional Awards, taking home an award for Excellence in Business Ethics and Excellence in Sustainability. The Southern Sydney Regional Awards recognise and celebrate the success of business within Southern Sydney, with the … Continue reading Reverse Garbage Wins Double at NSW Business Chamber Awards
Reverse Garbage greatly appreciates the continued support we receive from our community and we love to be able to ‘give back’ whenever we can. So we were very ‘chuffed’ when Rob from Rev. Bill Crew’s Exodus Foundation met with Narelle Mantlle, CEO of Reverse Garbage (and Nudl God!), to accept our donation of winter jackets … Continue reading Reverse Garbage Supports Rev. Bill Crews Exodus Foundation
Reverse Garbage is Australia’s largest creative reuse centre, committed to diverting resources from landfill – approximately 30,000 cubic metres or 100 football fields worth per year. Reverse Garbage was established in 1975 by a group of teachers who were determined to help the environment by diverting industrial discards from landfill and by reusing materials in … Continue reading Welcome to Reverse Garbage