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Tasmania

Life support concession

Program name:
Life support concession - Tasmania

The life support concession provides a daily discount to eligible Tasmanian customers who use an approved life support system or who live with someone who uses such a system in their principal place of residence.

Medical cooling or heating concession

Program name:
Medical cooling or heating concession - Tasmania

A daily discount is available to eligible Tasmanian customers who have, or who live with a person who has, a medical condition that requires the cooling or heating of the customer's principal place of residence.

Salon waste repurposing program

Program name:
Waste Free Systems 

The Waste Free Systems program is free and helps hair and beauty salon members to reuse, recycle and reduce waste going to landfill. Assistance includes bins, training for staff and marketing materials.

Salon reuse, recycling and waste reduction program

Program name:
Sustainable Salons

The Sustainable Salons program assists salon members including beauty and pet-grooming salons, barber shops, and dermal and cosmetics clinics across Australia to recycle and reduce waste going to landfill. Profits from the sale of recycled materials go to OzHarvest.

Grants to support small businesses with energy costs

Program name:
COVID-19 Small Business Energy Support Grant Program

The COVID-19 Small Business Energy Support Grant Program helps small businesses to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with one-off grants of $1000 to support businesses with their energy costs.

Australasian recycling label

Program name:
Australasian Recycling Label

The Australasian Recycling Label provides Australians with easy-to-understand recycling information when you need it most.  It makes it easier for you to put the right packaging in the right bin. It removes confusion, saves time and reduces waste going to landfill.

Home energy audit toolkit

Program name:
Home Energy Audit Toolkit

The Home Energy Audit Toolkit helps Tasmanian households assess energy use patterns and make changes to reduce energy use and save money. Many Tasmanian councils offer these on loan, free of charge.