South Australia’s recycling industry will receive its biggest ever investment, with eight new projects worth $111 million announced to build and modernise key infrastructure.
When it comes to building and designing waste and renewables facilities, businesses can minimise the possibility of problems and defects by working with builders through the planning process.
Queensland is the only state yet to announce how it proposes to match and invest the Federal Government’s Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF) commitment to upgrade and expand glass, plastic and tyre recycling infrastructure.
In the wake of COVID-19, the waste and recycling industry’s agility as an essential service was evident. It’s this agility that will stand the industry in good stead in 2021, writes Rose Read, NWRIC CEO.
The Federal and Tasmanian Governments have entered into a landmark agreement that will deliver a $16 million boost for the state’s recycling industry.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg revealed a $249m boost for the waste and recycling industry as part of the Federal Budget announcement on Tuesday evening, in the hopes of stopping more than 600,000 tonnes of waste ending up in landfill and also creating industry jobs.
Is the Federal Government’s $190M Recycling Modernisation Fund the answer to transforming waste and recycling capacity? Brittany Coles speaks with Josh Wilson about the reform needed to deal with Australia’s waste crisis.
Gulf Western Oil’s Ben Vicary outlines the company’s ever-expanding range of lubricant solutions for the waste and resource recovery sector.
The Federal and ACT Government’s will deliver a $21 million upgrade to the ACT material recovery facility under the $190 million Recycling Modernisation Fund.