The paper "Achieving Sustainability through Partnership with Businesses" is a brilliant example of a term paper on business. Sustainability Victoria's key objective is to improve Victoria’ s sustainable as well as booming future through enhancing the way resources are handled and helping Victorians to overcome challenges brought about by climate change. In Victoria, increasing costs both of households and businesses have coerced Sustainability Victoria to emphasize the environment. By sourcing what is required from the existing production processes as well as products, the economy of Victoria will be improved and also the natural environment will be protected.
Sustainability Victoria's role is enabling the households together with businesses to make sustainable decisions that can be emulated by the future generation. In view of this, Sustainability Victoria engages in planning as well as promoting an infrastructure system that is smarter and capable of delivering vital waste services across Victoria. In consideration of the fact that climate change is a global issue, Sustainability Victoria endeavors to determine the safety, success, and liveability of people who will live in Victoria in the future (Sustainability Victoria, 2015).
The main focus of Sustainability Victoria includes Integrated waste management, an approach to waste as well as resource efficiency infrastructure in Victoria. The approach seeks to heighten practices associated with waste minimization, improve recycling and recovery of materials and products as well as reduce litter across the state of Victoria. Resource efficiency is another focus of Sustainability Victoria, which seeks to improve energy and material efficiency as well as increase the local supply of low emission energy. So as to be successful in its operation, Sustainability Victoria has partnered with other agencies such as EPA Victoria, DELWP and Resource Recovery Groups (WRRGs) to offer environmental regulation, policy advice, and programs to monitor Victoria's environment. Waste and Resource Recovery Groups As observed in the Sustainability Victoria websites, Victoria has seven WRRGs (Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group; Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group; North East Waste and Resource Recovery Group; Grampians Central West Waste and Resource Recovery Group; Goulburn Valley Waste and Resource Recovery Group; Gippsland Waste and Resource Recovery Group; and Barwon South West Waste and Resource Recovery Group), which are statutory authorities of Victorian State Government established in 2014.
The WRRGs main objectives include; carrying out planning for waste and resource recovery infrastructure with the intention of meeting the waste and resource recovery region future needs as well as to reduce the public health as well as environmental impacts brought about by the waste and resource recovery infrastructure (Sustainability Victoria, 2015).