Newsletter 2019 Issue 2


Hello from Sustainable Living Tasmania
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Should I install a battery system? 

solar system.

... almost certainly not. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but both financially and environmentally installing batteries in Tasmania simply doesn't stack up. 

Please tell us how we've helped you

Happy customers.

We would love to hear how our advice has helped you. This will enable us to build upon what we're doing well, and help us build our case for funding, so we can continue providing free advice to the Tasmanian public.  We have given advice to thousands of Tasmanians by phone, email, face-to-face and through our social enterprise website If this has had an impact on your life, please let us know by return email. Whether it's just a sentence or a whole story, we'd love to hear from you.

TEELS due to end 30 April 2019

Enviro lightglobe

The Tasmanian Energy Efficiency Loan Scheme (TEELS) is due to end on 30th April 2019. TEELS is an interest free loan over 3 years and is available for eligible energy efficient products and services.  Each adult in the household can apply (only once) up to a value of $10,000.  So, what's next on your list? Apply for TEELS here.  Read more about TEELS on our blog. SLT can help you with a quote for an energy efficient product.

City of Hobart to ban single-use takeaway plastics

Bentwood Cafe van

The City of Hobart have just voted to ban single-use takeaway plastics.  What's next?  Sustainable Living Tasmania is bringing people together to help takeaways with this transition and to go further.  Do you know any cafes/restaurants in the Hobart municipality who are leading the way in waste reduction? Let us know by reply email.