Sustainable Cities Awards Winners

Keep Victoria Beautiful acknowledges the support provided by Earth Choice and The Australian Packaging Covenant as sponsors of the KABV Sustainable Cities 2015 Awards.

The Australian Packaging Covenant (APC) is a sustainable packaging initiative which aims to change the culture of business to design more sustainable packaging, increase recycling rates and reduce packaging litter.

Category Award Project
Sustainable City of the Year 2015 City of Frankston (Winner)
Dame Phyllis Frost Award 2015 John Forrester Wyndham
Active Schools St Louis de Montford Primary School (Winner) St Louis Whole School Approach
Clean Beach/Waterway Frankston City Council
(Winner)
Frankston Waterfront Festival
Community Action and Leadership Hume City Council (Winner) Hume Enviro Champions Program

City of Greater Dandenong (Highly Commended)

Frankston City Council (Highly Commended)

Asylum Seeker Pilot Project-Roth Hetherington botanic Gardens
Wells Street Farmers Market
Community Government Partnerships Melton City Council (Winner) Melton LEADS Empowering our Community
City of Greater Geelong Friends of Kevin Hoffman Walk Inc (Highly Commended) Bellarine Rail Trail Improvement
Cultural Heritage City of Whittlesea (Winner) Annual Cultural Heritage Program
City of Casey (Highly Commended) Old Cheese Factory 150 Anniversary Celebration
Environmental Sustainability Melton City Council, Architects, 6 Degrees, Probuild Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd  (Winner) Melton Western BACE 6 star Sustainable Business Centre
Frankston City Council with support of Federal and State Governments (Highly commended) A New PARC for Frankston City
Litter Prevention City of Greater Dandenong (Winner) Road Side Litter Prevention/Education Program
Frankston City Council, McClelland College, Residents with Department of Justice and Victoria Police (Highly Commended) Residents against Graffiti in Ashleigh Avenue
Protection of the Environment City of Casey, Friends of Frog Hollow Reserve (Winner) Frog Hollow Reserve Enhancement
Resource Recovery and Waste Management City of Whittlesea (Winner) Kids building Computers from eWaste
The City of Greater Dandenong (Highly Commended) The Great Bin Swap
Young Leaders Frankston City Council and Young Volunteers from the Local Community (Winner) Fresh Entertainment in Frankston