TAFE Western demonstrates commitment to sustainability

TAFE Western has been recognised for its work in sustainability during 2012, becoming a Bronze Partner of the Sustainability Advantage Program in acknowledgement of its environmental achievements.


Sustainability at TAFE Western

TAFE Western is committed to sustainable practice.  SASilver_2015

The Institute is a Silver Partner of the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) Sustainability Advantage Program.

TAFE Western is committed to further strengthen its environmental performance through collaboration with OEH.

TAFE Western aims to demonstrate leadership in ecological sustainability.

The Institute's Director's Award for Sustainable Practice recognises the achievements of staff and students across a wide variety of sustainability priorities relating to education and training, and how we run our business.

You can read more in TAFE Western's:

Sustainability Charter and Framework

TAFE Western’s Pesticide Use Notification Plan

Under the Pesticides Regulation 2009, public agencies have a number of responsibilities in relation to public notification of the use of pesticides and herbicides. Public agencies are required to ensure that pesticide and herbicide use in public places is conducted in a safe, responsible manner that minimises harm to the community and the environment.

TAFE Western’s Pesticide Use Notification Plan is now available for public consultation for a period of 28 days. The Plan and accompanying Public Notice may be accessed via the links below. Community members are invited to provide feedback on the plan in writing to lorne.butt@tafensw.edu.au, by close of business Tuesday 1 December.

TAFE Western’s Pesticide Use Notification Plan