Peak bodies representing Australia’s multibillion dollar waste and resource recovery industry have begun a national review of landfill levy collection and distribution. The WRIQ’s aim is to get the best outcomes from the levy for Australian communities.
Soil screening allows the soil to be revitalised, cutting down waste, reducing landfills demands and enables the repurpose of the material into other products. At Intelligro, high-quality soil is used as a substantial part of their special blends and is the secret ingredient for their superior Trommel product range.
Through its national internship program, WRIQ is committed to mentoring the next generation of circular economy thinkers and waste experts.
From industrial fires, illegal waste storage and contamination, a complicated regulatory environment and market failures pose the question of when and how landfill levies should be used.
The Waste and Recycling Industry Association of Queensland (WRIQ) has announced the launch of its first dedicated group energy procurement tender for members.
WRIQ has partnered with law firm MinterEllison to breakdown changes to industrial manslaughter offences and share important advice to help prepare businesses across Australia.
In February last year, an in-principal settlement was reached between the Federal Government and residents of three communities which had their groundwater contaminated by toxic firefighting foams used at defence bases until the early 2000s.
More than $100,000 in fines have been issued in the past three months to people who have been illegally operating in the Queensland waste industry.
Ai Group, Australia’s largest employer representative body, has joined forces with the Future Waste Resources (FWR) convention to run a waste industry tour and Queensland Business Leaders Breakfast.
Newly appointed Waste Recycling Industry Association Queensland CEO Mark Smith discusses the role of the workforce and upcoming leaders in shaping solutions for a sustainable future.