The way we do a business directly impacts the environment and communities we live and work in. This is how we start to make a sustainable future possible together for all Australians.
This page pulls together our programs around modern slavery, sustainability, social procurement and the latest updates relating to these areas. Use the buttons to jump to the section you're most interested in.
Our mission is to make a sustainable future possible together. We are committed to upholding global standards of sustainability for our employees, the community, the environment and economic stakeholders. This drives sustainability efforts across all levels of our business, including:
Our Sustainability Report marks our journey towards a sustainable future through long-term value creation for our stakeholders, customers and communities.
We conduct our business in accordance with our environmental system, continuously improving and increasing our environmental standards to benefit the environment and communities.
Community and education
Our waste education teams work tirelessly with their local communities and beyond to encourage sustainability and proper bin usage.
What is slavery?
What is modern slavery risk?
Our guiding principles
We support the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Bill on Human Rights, the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the principles concerning fundamental rights set out in the International Labour Organisation’s Declaration on the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. These principles guide our approach to human rights. The expectations we hold within our business, and those we work with, are outlined in our Human Rights Policy, Corporate Code of Conduct, and our Supplier Code of Conduct. Our commitment to responsible corporate governance and conducting business in an honest, transparent and ethical manner is also underpinned by the following policies: Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy Whistleblower Policy Diversity and Inclusion Policy Statement
Modern Slavery Statement
Cleanaway opposes all forms of slavery in our operations and the operations of our suppliers. Our Modern Slavery Statement addresses the requirements of Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). This statement outlines the actions we have taken to assess and address modern slavery risks in our business and supply chain.
Sustainability isn't a buzzword; it's a calling. It informs how we participate in the communities and environment we live and work in.
Ready To Launch: Tomra Cleanaway Opens Over 140 Refund Collection Points
As the appointed Victorian Government ‘West Zone’ Network Operator of the Container Deposit Scheme – CDS VIC – TOMRA Cleanaway is excited to deliver over 140 refund collection points across 28 Local Government Areas in the west of Victoria and western suburbs of Melbourne from today.