Waste management company Cleanaway is investing almost $5 million in solar energy systems across Australia to reduce its electricity demand from the grid and its annual power bill.
Cleanaway has invested more than $1 million in new equipment to increase recycling of plastic at its Laverton Material Recovery Facility (MRF) centre in Melbourne.
Along with the lifesaving message to change the batteries in your smoke alarm this year, Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley is urging households to take an extra safety step and recycle the batteries.
Through its first investment under the Australian Recycling Investment Fund (ARIF), the CEFC is continuing to support emissions reductions investment throughout Australia’s waste industry.
Thirty councils across Melbourne have secured reliable disposal of household waste to landfill for the next four years.
Green Industries South Australia is now taking expressions of interest for 2021-22 waste grants.
Downer has announced the appointment of Mark Chellew as a Non-executive Director, and Chairman elect following the impending retirement of current Chairman Mike Harding.
Cleanaway has officially reopened its Perth Material Recovery Facility, following a catastrophic fire in November 2019.
The High Court of Australia has dismissed a special leave application that sought to challenge the legal validity of a works approval to extend Cleanaway’s Melbourne Regional Landfill in Ravenhall.
EPA Victoria has approved an Environment Management Plan (EMP) for Cleanaway’s Spoil Management and Reuse Facility.