Towards zero waste – in an environmentally sensitive location

Congratulations to LID’s Waste Lead Leah Reynolds who has been working with Jaws Architects Tasmania Associate Chris Egan to deliver a tailored Waste Minimisation and Management Plan for this key mixed use and hospitality site at Elizabeth St Pier – Franklin Wharf in Hobart. Chris and the team at Jaws Architects are passionate about their architecture and sustainability. Leah applied a great depth of knowledge and understanding of the breakdown of waste by streams in: accommodation, bars, cafés restaurants, grocery stores and takeaway food outlets. This enabled Leah to deliver specific recommendations for waste minimization in the restaurants, outdoor dining areas, hotel rooms, amenity areas, and offices, to set the redevelopment of this sensitive over-water location on the path to meet Hobart Council’s zero waste to landfill by 2030 goal.

Leah has previously delivered similar waste minimisation projects on other sensitive locations:

  • Cottesloe Pier WA
  • French Island Eco Retreat bordering the national park
  • Melbourne Skyfarm

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