The second round of the Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) Circular Solar grants program is open.
Waste and recycling operations in New South Wales, including landfills, Community Recycling Centres, Return and Earn points, and charitable recyclers, can reopen to the public following lengthy COVID-19 closures.
The New South Wales Sustainability Awards are now accepting entries across a range of categories, which range from biodiversity to net zero initiatives.
Single-use plastics are set to be phased out and green bins for food and organics will be rolled out across New South Wales as part of the state’s plastic plan and waste strategy.
Residents from Murray River Council are set to receive a food organics garden organics waste collection service (FOGO) from mid-2022.
The NSW EPA is committed to addressing the entire waste management system from minimising generation through to helping create sustainable markets for recycled materials, according to the authority’s new draft Regulatory Strategy.
Armidale Regional Council is applying for a grant from the NSW Government to remediate its old Guyra Landfill.
This year’s AWRE is providing a platform to connect industry stakeholders, issues and policy, as the waste and resource recovery sector gears up for an investment driven 2021.
Veolia recently welcomed members of the NSW EPA Board to its Woodlawn Eco-Precinct. The Precinct manages roughly 20 per cent of Sydney’s putrescible waste, using it to generate clean energy for up to 30,000 homes.
The NSW EPA’s recycling support program Bin Trim is closing in on a major milestone, with almost 30,000 local businesses supported to divert waste from landfill.