Funding acknowledgement

It is important to build recognition and reinforce the contribution of the NSW Government towards your project.

This guide sets out specifications for the consistent presentation of logos and statements to acknowledge grant funding from the Environmental Trust.

Logos must only be used by grant recipients to acknowledge Trust-funded projects. For any other use, written approval is required from the Environmental Trust beforehand.

Grant recipients must acknowledge the Environmental Trust grant in all media releases, publications, promotional material and event publicity by using the following logos and relevant acknowledgement statement:

Environmental Trust grant programs Waste Less, Recycle More grant programs

This project has been assisted by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.

 

Note: Use NSW Government logo only.

This project was supported by the Environmental Trust as part of the NSW Environment Protection Authority's Waste Less, Recycle More initiative, funded from the waste levy.

 

Note: Use NSW Government logo on the left and EPA logo on the right, as two separate logos.

Logo downloads

  • The NSW Government logo can be downloaded from the table below by right mouse clicking on the link and selecting Save Target As.
  • The Environment Protection Authority logo can be downloaded from the EPA website.
Sample logoLogo descriptionLogo useDownload
 
NSW Government Black and White
  • Black and white
  • High resolution
  • Transparent background 
  • Transparent background allows it to be used over coloured backgrounds.
  • Good for blowing up for large items such as signs and banners.
  • Ideal for items being professionally printed.

Black and White PNG Image
waratah-nswgovt-black.png (7.8KB)

Sample logo as above

  • Black and white
  • High resolution
  • Transparent background
  • Transparent background allows it to be used over coloured backgrounds.
  • Good for blowing up for large items such as signs and banners.
  • Ideal for items being professionally printed.

Black and White EPS Image
waratah-nswgovt-black.eps (1.02MB)

 Sample logo as above
  • Black and white
  • White background
  • Good for use with MS Word.
  • Has a white background, and cannot be used on top of a coloured background.

Black and White JPG Image
waratah-nswgovt-black.jpg (59KB)

Sample logo as above - in white
  • White logo
  • Transparent background
  • Transparent background allows it to be used over coloured backgrounds.
  • Good for blowing up for large items such as signs and banners.
  • Ideal for items being professionally printed.

White EPS image

waratah-nswgovt-white.eps (969KB)

Sample logo as above - in white
  • White logo
  • Transparent background
  • Transparent background allows it to be used over coloured backgrounds.
  • Good for blowing up for large items such as signs and banners.
  • Ideal for items being professionally printed.

White PNG image

waratah-nswgovt-white.png (9KB)

 
NSW Government Colour Logo
  • Colour
  • High resolution
  • Good for blowing up for large items such as signs and banners.
  • Good for use on websites.
  • Ideal for items being professionally printed.

Colour PNG Image
waratah-nswgovt-two-colour.png (26KB)

 Sample logo as above

  • Colour
  • High resolution
  • Good for blowing up for large items such as signs and banners.
  • Ideal for items being professionally printed.

Colour EPS Image
waratah-nswgovt-two-colour.eps  (619KB)

 Sample logo as above
  • High resolution
  • Colour with white background
  • Good for use with MS Word, PowerPoint, Publishing and Adobe.
  • Has a white background, and cannot be used on top of a coloured background.

Colour JPG Image - High Resolution
waratah-nswgovt-two-colour-high-res.jpg (957B)

 Sample logo as above
  • Low resolution
  • Colour with white background
  • Good for use with MS Word.
  • Has a white background, and cannot be used on top of a coloured background.

Colour JPG Image - Low Resolution
waratah-nswgovt-two-colour-low-res.jpg (94KB)

Page last updated: 05 October 2018