9 year old Cordelia of Glenorchy City Council won a People’s Choice Prize of a recycled plastic Hand Sanitiser Station as part of an annual school competition called Waste-Ed Art in Hobart, Tasmania. “The theme for Waste-Ed Art 2020 was “Sort It Out” in response to Council’s recent introduction of a third bin called the FOGO (Food Organics Garden Organics) bin for food and garden waste to be turned into compost,” said Danielle Colson, Waste Education Officer for Glenorchy City Council. “Council chose to purchase a product by Replas made from recycled plastic as it is important for people to see a product made from waste,” explains Danielle. Hand Sanitiser Stations from Replas are made with 100% post-consumer recycled plastic – 70% juice bottles and 30% soft plastics collected through the REDcycle program. Available in either an automatic touchless dispenser or a standard manual dispenser, Glenorchy City Council has shown their commitment to sustainability and the Circular Economy through the Waste-Ed Art Competition using recycled plastic products as the prize.