Two of Australia’s leading recycling and resource recovery organisations are collaborating with the Federal Government to improve industry standards and procedures to encourage landfill diversion.
Developing and promoting a set of publicly available national recovered material specifications to enable greater uptake of recycled materials in domestic manufacturing and construction has become a priority project for NWRIC, writes CEO Rose Read.
By Leanne O’Brien, special counsel.
Depending on who you talk to, government grants are often either lauded or disparaged.
National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) State Affiliates provide a detailed overview of industry and policy changes across the country.
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.
Members of the National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) have met in Canberra, along with representatives from the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment.
The waste and resource recovery sector will benefit from new funding announced in last week’s federal budget, according to National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) CEO Rose Read.
The Western Australian Government’s Roads to Reuse program should be adopted nationally, according to National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) CEO Rose Read.
Waste Management Review explores the retail sector’s engagement with Return and Earn and the role of corporate responsibility in shaping positive recycling outcomes.
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.