Clean Energy Nillumbik Waste Art Sculpture

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The launch of the Clean Energy Nillumbik Waste Art Sculpture at Eltham Farmer’s Market last week was a big hit!

As part of the Practically Green events for 2020, Lachlan Plain was awarded the commission to create a sculpture using electronic waste that represented our future using renewable energy. Lachlan created Family Unit: 2084. The sculpture depicts modern family communications, predominantly using screen time.

You can see the remarkable work of art this Sunday at Hurstbridge Market outside the Primary School and find out about Clean Energy Nillumbik’s bulk purchase of heating and cooling, renewable energy projects and anything sustainable that will improve the Nillumbik community.




  • Sunday, 06 December 2020 | 08:30 AM - 01:00 PM


Hurstbridge Market, Hurstbridge Primary School, Hurstbridge   View Map

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