The Case For Trellis: Georges River Council

About Georges River Council Georges River Council was created on 12th May 2016 through the merging of the former Hurstville and Kogarah City Councils. The Council boundaries provide services to 150,000 residents in the southern suburbs of Sydney. Working with Balance Carbon Georges River Council, elected to expand the coverage of the data management services…

The Case for Trellis: Maribyrnong City Council

Maribyrnong is a diverse inner city Melbourne council, administering services to 83,000 local residents with a wide range of commercial and manufacturing industries (idcommunity | demographic resources, 2016). Centred around the Maribyrnong River, the council area covers 31.2 square kilometres and provides a significant number of community services inclusive of the Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre, community…

The Case for Trellis: University of South Australia

Capturing, managing and analysing data across multiple campuses and locations is no small task – particularly if you’re relying on key personnel and spreadsheets. By implementing sustainability management software, Trellis, The University of South Australia is transforming its sustainability journey, saving thousands of dollars each year on internal administration alone. Based in South Australia, Uni…

The Case for going Carbon Neutral: Charles Sturt University

About Charles Sturt University Charles Sturt University (“CSU”) was established in 1989 as a multi-campus institution and, over the past 25 years, has grown into a dynamic and progressive university well-known for its innovative approach to education and applied research.

The Case for Energy Audits: Beyond Bank Australia

Beyond Bank Australia is one of Australia’s largest customer owned banks, with assets under management over $4 billion, 195,000 customers, 49 branches, access to over 3,000 rediATM’s and 600 staff.