Vitality 4 Life Improves Resource Efficiency with Port of Brisbane

Vitality 4 Life Improves Resource Efficiency with Port of Brisbane

The installation of an commercial composter at the Port of Brisbane has seen the beginning of Vitality 4 Life helping companies around Australia improve efficiency and do their part in the Climate Change commitment. The company aims to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill each year and provide valuable soil for gardening on the premises.

Vitality 4 Life CEO Roger Akins spoke about the implementation and partnership saying “it seemed like a natural approach to helping the Port of Brisbane achieve corporate sustainable objectives”. Port of Brisbane is the first shipping Port in Australia to implement a commercial composter and besides the obvious uses; it is also used to educate school groups attracted to the visitor centre to learn about composting in creating sustainable living.

Similar stories have been acknowledged in businesses around the globe, approaching sustainable living through positive action. Gaz Métro in Canada, hotels, and even agricultural schools in Sweden have all played their part in the Climate Change commitment.


Ilonka Hofmann