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

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

Create your own Jellyfish Plastics Hub

A key aim of the original Jellyfish Plastic concept is to establish self-sustaining, community based plastic re-use hubs that meet the needs of t he local community. Currently, there are three main frameworks which are used as the basis for establishing a hub:

  1. Self-directed Community Based Initiatives: 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. Community Networked Hubs: 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.