What are Rotarians’ and Rotaractors’ interests and opportunities in environmental sustainability across metropolitan Perth and WA?

A special event is being held this Saturday 7th September 10am - 1pm, to explore interest in an Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG) within Western Australia, and address several other pressing opportunities that members and their clubs may find interesting (and potentially lucrative) but have looming deadlines.

Hear  on ESRAG and how to get involved, look forward to seeing you at Greenbatch 4 Brooklands Way Mount Claremont WA

District Club Runner Event Registration: 

Saturday 7 September 2019 (10am-1pm)

Greenbatch, 4 Brooklands Way, Mount Claremont, WA 6014

  • Spread the message. Come along.
    Bring your club colleagues interested in engaging in programs and projects that resonate with young people.

  • Hear a little on ESRAG and how to get involved

  • Q&A sessions on a proposed plastics and recycling education centre @Greenbatch Foundation, and potential opportunities for your club and Rotary across WA to generate funds covering your School Link and other youth program costs, through school and community/business plastic recycling and more ...

  • 'Open House' for Rotary @Greenbatch facility
    Check out the facility and plastic reprocessing equipment

  • Bring PET & HDPA bottles (Glass and Aluminium etc)
    From 11 am see a Greenbatch Public ‘Drop-Off ‘Day in action.Stay for a sausage sizzle (vegan options available)

    Join our Facebook group, to find out more:
    ESRAG WA Interest Group
    This Event link
    (@RotaryWArecycles coming soon)

  • Rotarians: People of Action