Category:Alternative Technology Association

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-The '''Alternative Technology Association''' (ATA) is one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisation, promoting sustainable technology and practice. The ATA provides services to members who are actively walking the talk in their own homes by using good building design, conserving water and using renewable energy. ATA advocates in government and industry arenas for easy access to these technologies as well as continual improvement of the technology, information and products needed to change the way we live.+{| align="right"
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-With branches and members around Australia and New Zealand, ATA provides practical information and expertise, based on our members’ hands-on experience. ATA also offers advice on conserving energy, building with natural materials, reusing, reducing the use of and recycling natural resources.+The '''[[Alternative Technology Association]]''' (ATA) is one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisation, promoting sustainable technology and practice.
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The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) is one of Australia’s leading not-for-profit organisation, promoting sustainable technology and practice.


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