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There are different ways to start your own plastic-reuse project, if you have any questions or ideas, please get in touch.

  1. A self-directed community based Initiative: these hubs function as either volunteer lead or social enterprises/micro-businesses, this model is well-suited for organised groups who are keen to pursue a longer term community initiative.

  2. A community networked hub: these hubs generally consist of community groups, schools local business etc., who are working together to share resources and may function on a more casual or ad hoc basis.

  3. A Third-Party Hub: In collaboration with REmida Perth, a group can work towards developing its own self sustaining hub.

There are some common features to each of these hubs that forms the core of t he Jellyfish Plastics Initiative:

  • Each hub is encouraged to develop its own identity that reflects the needs/personalities of its local community

  • Jellyfish Plastics is an open sourced initiative, each hub is encouraged to shared its intellectual property, experiences and learning with other groups in the network.

  • For hubs that would like to retain a direct link with the Jellyfish Plastics Initiative, we ask that your ethos reflects the Jellyfish Plastics Philosophy.

  • While Jellyfish Plastics is an open-sourced initiative, it is always appreciated when  acknowledge other people's contribution.

Jellyfish Plastics is very much a "why" based concept that encourages creative approaches to developing plastic-wise communities. If you are interested in learning more, or you're not sure where to start, email for more information.

jellyfish plastics is an open source enterprise, it is always nice to be acknowledge though.

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Jellyfish Plastics is not a place, its a philosophical approach to plastic re-use

 If you would like to learn more, please email | | Tel: 0452214790 

Jellyfish plastics is a REmida Perth initiate, supported by the Waste Authority and the Government of Western Australia