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Sonja Cameron, owner of Cameron’s Nursery in Arcadia, Sydney, is a nursery and garden industry expert in sustainable infrastructure.

You’re an industry leader when it comes to sustainable infrastructure. How do you bring this into your nursery?

In this early planning stage of Cameron’s Nursery, we reviewed how our business would or could impact on our local environment and beyond.

We have a recycle, reduce and reuse policy, which follows through all of the business. We continue to review this each year and adopt new practices that engage our business partners to help us achieve our goal. We monitor our water and electricity use as well as our transport, management of internal vehicles and our business waste.

We also make it mandatory to reduce chemical usage within

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