Thanks for visiting our website! We are a social enterprise providing training/support and consulting services, specialising in end of life solutions, waste minimisation and social impact, both for corporate clients, territorial authorities and for the events community.
We also undertake some pretty exciting research projects and work with industry organisations and councils all over New Zealand to find solutions for problems to do with waste and landfill-divertable products.
We have worked with some of NZ and Australia’s largest events: developing zero waste initiatives, working on the ground in waste operations and managing big crews of volunteers. We are the only dedicated event waste training organisation in New Zealand.
Beyond the Bin have a brilliant system for zero waste events, for sharing their knowledge and for making the end goal very achievable. They were great to work with; very knowledgeable, know the industry well, work brilliantly with the volunteers and helped us achieve a whopping overall average of 84.5% diversion for the whole event. IWK would fully recommend Beyond the Bin – they do an amazing job.Rob Roche
Gourmet Night Market
Gourmet Night Market in Mt Maunganui divert more than 95% of their waste away from landfill into composting and recycling. Beyond the Bin designed their bespoke solution including signage, funding, zero-packaging initiatives and volunteers in 2013.
From 2015-2017 Beyond the Bin and WOMAD NZ diverted a staggering 58,104kg of waste from landfill into composting and recycling. Beyond the Bin managed the crew of 150 in the zero waste team at this 3 day world music festival and nearby campground.
NZ Agricultural Fieldays
We trialled a waste minimisation initiative in 2016 at NZ’s largest event with a crew of more than 50 volunteers, a small team of hand-sorters and voluntary vendor packaging guidelines to increase diversion by 8.2 tonnes. We also ran workshops with the existing FD waste team.
KGs of waste diverted
Best diversion from landfill
Event Waste diversion map
The event waste diversion map shows waste data from events around New Zealand.
We aggregate the event waste data into New Zealand territorial boundaries and compare the results in the interactive map.
Click on one of the coloured territories below to see that territory’s average event waste diversion rate and how many members of the public have attended those events we have data from.
You can click on the View More button to check out more event waste data.
Want your data to be on the map? All data is kept confidential. To find out more send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org