Free-to-borrow community crockery to reduce waste, reduce stuff and share with our neighbours.
How It Works
A request is made to borrow the items they require and the date // The items are borrowed and used at an event in place of single-use disposables // The items are returned washed, dry and clean, in the boxes provided // Items are checked and damaged or lost items are paid for by the borrower // The number of reusables used and disposables avoided is added to the tally.
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What is the Community Dishes kit?
The Community Dishes kit is a free-to-borrow set of crockery, ... Read More
How It Works
How does the Community Dishes kit work?
Community groups request to borrow the ite... Read More
Conditions of Use
The Community Dishes project is run by volunteers with a passion for less waste, less stuff and gro... Read More
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Powered By Volunteers
The Community Dishes Project is run by volunteers and powered by a passion for reducing waste, reducing stuff and sharing what we have with our neighbours.
Launched December 2018 in Perth, WA
This is our impact so far! (Last updated 30th March 2019):
Single-Use Items Replaced with Reusables
Events Used The Community Dishes Kit
Community Dishes items lost/broken
Months since the Dishes project started
This project was made possible thanks to funding from a Keep Australia Beautiful (WA), Community Litter Grant.