KESAB

Why we're involved?

KESAB are currently conducting Clean Site environmental toolboxes for contractors involved in construction together with waste and recycling figures being monitored in partnership with waste manager, Kartaway. 

Primarily focusing on stormwater management, recycling and resource recovery, trade practices, erosion and sediment controls and litter management, the SUHO 10 Star project has been an additional training element that is new and enables the promotion of the state’s first 10 Star project to this broad school and trade training centre network. 

How we're assisting in resilient built environments.

Sustainability, waste reduction, resource recovery and reuse, climate change and water conservation all require proactive responses working with the community. KESAB works collaboratively through partnerships with governments, industry, businesses and communities to encourage innovation, action and behavioural change.

Clean Site for Education

Training was delivered recently to over 60 students as a new additional component to their learning experience. The WOOLCOCK CONSTRUCTION project was a case study in the delivery. The extended delivery to the UniSA students has now added an element which previously only focused on future trade contractors. The UniSA emphasis now sees future managers being exposed to the need for effective environmental management techniques are in place to ensure a sustainable future.

Empowering owners choices.

Increasing our presence in the community to encourage future thinking design.

KESAB delivers environmental toolbox training to enable students to gain an understanding regarding their environmental responsibilities when working onsite. The SUHO 10 Star project has been an additional training element that is new and enables the promotion of the state’s first 10 Star project to this broad school and trade training centre network, as well as UniSA's School of Built and Natural Environment's Sustainable Construction students.