Regular donations from supporters like you enable us to build a secure and sustainable income on which to plan for the future - and allow our committee members to tackle the threats to our environment that might otherwise go unchallenged.
What exactly will my money be spent on?
Demonstrating to protect our environment and lobbying for change is just part of what we do. We also offer information and advice, and community education.
Information and Advice
Our free telephone advice service is available 7 days a week. On a one-to-one basis, our committee members advise individuals and community groups on their specific situation regarding toxic waste in the south east suburbs of Melbourne, helping them to understand what actions can be taken to defend their environment.
Our discussion forum and leaf drops provides the community with awareness about the toxic waste that is being disposed of and/or treated near residential homes in the south east suburbs of Melbourne.
RATWISE has also been involved in legal cases at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), and made submissions at panel hearings.
How to Donate
To donate by telephone, call RATWISE on 0414 998 337.
To donate by mail, please download a printable donation form, and send through the post to:
PO Box 180,
Dingley, Vic., 3172
To donate online using PayPal, simply click the donate button below.
Our petition against Toxic Waste was successfully tabled in the Victorian Parliament on the 15th October 2014 by Member of Parliament Mrs. Donna Bauer of Carrum.
In 2007, the City Council of Greater Dandenong resolved to adopt a comprehensive position in relation to the Lyndhurst Prescribed Waste facility. Indeed, the Council's position encompassed the entire Lyndhurst Landfill Site.
Since that time, numerous aspects of the Council position have materialised.
RATWISE pays tribute to their late Life Member, Stuart Marriner
We knew Stuart as a true gentleman who cared deeply for his family, friends and the community. Along with his dear wife Jean, their door was always open to listen, discuss and counsel anyone who was in need of help and advice.
He was very well read and interested in many aspects of life in the communities around him. This led to his involvement in working towards the best possible care for all.