The Signature collection includes a large flap backpack, a duffle bag, and a sliding tote.
From July 1 to 31 July, competitors will compete in local finals before moving on to the Apac regionals.
Lead researcher, Professor Ma Qian from RMIT said the team applied circular economy thinking to their design, to transform industrial waste and low-grade materials into valuable titanium alloys.
With the number of people moving to a lifestyle of eating less meat, cafes, restaurants, fast food joints and even fine-dining restaurants have begun offering plant-based options on their menus.
The company has used natural bio-plastic filament and recycled post-consumer plastic to produce replaceable brush heads, while recycled ocean plastic has been collected to make the durable handle.
The brand will introduce plastic-free lids for all hot beverages, will sell reusable cups and cutlery, and offer rewards for customers who bring their own keep cups.
The sustainable takeaway cup also packs flat, saving storage space and energy during transport, and is designed so that the top flap is built into the cup itself, folding and locking into place when closed to create a “lid”.
Founded on the principle of “less is more,” the brand uses fewer ingredients than traditional cosmetics to minimise its environmental impact.
Customers can witness how an on-site recycler separates coffee capsules from the coffee grounds and recycles the aluminum to make second-life products.
A curated edit from the more than 2500 designer kids clothing items will feature hundreds of new and gently used items during the event.
There are many small and easy actions that the whole family can start doing at home to incorporate more eco-friendly habits.
A transition to label-less bottles is part of Coca-Cola’s World Without Waste initiative that rolled out in 2018, that aims to “collect and recycle a bottle or can for every one it sells” by 2030.
The brand will begin to use a water-soluble plastic bag called Eco-friendly Clear Bag, made of PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol), starch, glycerin, and water.