Main Content Anchor

Cr Marijke Graham

Graham-Cr-Marijke.jpg



Wyreena ward
0418 109 015
marijke.graham@maroondah.vic.gov.au

Marijke was elected to Council in 2016. She is a secondary school teacher who lives in Croydon North with her husband Adam and their two young children. Marijke is interested in the wellbeing of residents of all ages, the provision of library and family services, and ensuring a strong local economy and sustainable living practices. She looks forward to being a force for positive change and to serving the Maroondah community.

Marijke is representing Council on the Arts Advisory Committee, Eastern Alliance for Greenhouse Action, Eastern Transport Coalition, Maroondah Communities of Wellbeing Steering Committee, Maroondah Environment Advisory Committee, Maroondah Age-Friendly Cities & Communities Network, and Victorian Local Government Women’s Charter.

Latest news from Cr Graham

Cr-Graham-Focs-Dec.jpg

Since Council began its Compost Revolution initiative in September 2017 we have seen a huge uptake from the community.

It is wonderful to see more than 1480 households signing up for a subsidised compost system. As part of the initiative residents can purchase a Bokashi, worm farm or compost bin at 60 per cent off.

With all these residents now composting, we have diverted about 125,300kg of food waste from landfill. Recent waste audits also show that the average amount of food waste from one Maroondah household has reduced by 2kg per week.

I’m so proud to live in a community that cares about the environment and is making positive changes to protect it.

We still have a long way to go, and Council is continually looking into new ways we can support our community to recycle and compost.

Read more about the Compost Revolution initiative and other ways to reduce and recycle

21/06/2017
Back to top