We’re working towards a circular economy that recovers resources and protects the planet.
Redefining waste as a resource, and the environment as essential
We’re building circularity into the way we do business, and maximising the useful life of our assets. Our goal is to have a net positive impact on the nature & biodiversity of the communities in which we operate, to preserve the planet for future generations.
We’ll be nature positive by 2025 and waste neutral by 2030*
* excluding hazardous and contaminated waste
- Expanding our tree planting and biodiversity offset programs
- Trialling low impact vegetation management
- Repurposing poles, metal, and other materials
- Developing standards to assess project & contract environmental impacts.
- Regenerate 50% more habitat by FY23*
- Increase partnerships to maximise the local impact of our tree plantings efforts
- 90% waste diverted from landfill by 2025
- Engage suppliers to improve circularity across our supply chain.
*Compared with FY21 baseline
The black summer bushfires devastated local Lake Conjola and Manyana communities and the surrounding environment.
To revitalise the area, Endeavour Energy revegetated 450 square metres of lake foreshore with native species, in partnership with Greening Australia. This project regenerated habitat,and reduced dune embankment erosion.
A new life for poles means more life for trees
Each year we repurpose more than 500 tonnes of poles. This high quality timber is used commercially as flooring, cladding, furniture and more, opening up new revenue streams for Endeavour.
Giving poles a new life reduces demand for virgin timber, keeping more trees in the ground.
500+ tonnes poles repurposed annually