Through the installation of Mandalay Technologies’ weighbridge system, WMRC is better positioned to deliver on its commitment to efficiently manage waste for Perth’s central western communities.
A bold move by a Western Australian Local Government has resulted in a threefold increase in the collection of waste metal from its landfill facility and contributed to the increased life span of the site.
The established recycling plant has a current 100,000 tonnes per annum license issued by the Western Australian Government.
The Western Australian Government has launched a new WasteSorted e-waste grants program.
The Western Australian Government is seeking community feedback on its proposed legislative framework for waste-derived materials.
The Western Australian Government will contribute $1 million towards a $6.26 million upgrade of Newman’s recycled wastewater treatment plant.
A new joint venture between Tyrecycle and Kariyarra Contracting will specialise in end-of-life off-the-road mine-site tyre processing within Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Refund point operators and processors taking part in the McGowan Government’s new container deposit scheme will receive more than $830,000 in financial assistance.
The Western Australian Government has committed $20 million to boost capacity for local processing of waste plastic and tyres.
The Western Australian Government is calling for expressions of interest for grants to help boost processing capacity for the state’s 80,000 tonnes of mixed paper and cardboard waste.