If by laws you’re referring to legislation that applies for waste and reuse, then as Yirrganydji Country sits in Queensland the local, state and federal governments will have regulations around waste management which will apply.
In terms of within Yirrganydji culture, the customs around waste and reuse are outlined in the description of the Design Area.
I hope this answers your question, but please reach out if there’s something more you need clarity on.
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