Western Australia Water Minister Dave Kelly has announced the start of a major upgrade to water and wastewater infrastructure in Broome, with a local Aboriginal business appointed to deliver the project’s first stage. Read more
Nominations are now open for the 2022 WasteSorted Awards, which celebrates local waste champions making positive change in Western Australia. Read more
The sustainability efforts of regional and remote communities in Western Australia have been acknowledged, following the announcement of the winners in the Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities 2021 Awards. Read more
21 Western Australian businesses, not-for-profits, local governments and community groups will share more than $1.4 million in community and business-based grants from the Western Australian Government as part of its commitment to reduce waste in the state. Read more
VEGA Australia tells Waste Management Review about its plans to expand its water operation portfolio, with a focus on Western Australia. Read more
Nine Western Australian schools will share in nearly $30,000 for projects to reduce waste disposed to landfill.
Time is running out for Western Australian programs to share in more than $1.15 million in grants to help reduce waste and increase material recovery.
Cleanaway has officially reopened its Perth Material Recovery Facility, following a catastrophic fire in November 2019.
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.
Western Australians have recycled more than 283 million containers through Containers for Change since its October 2020 launch, with over 11,000 tonnes of glass, 970 tonnes of aluminium and 258 tonnes of clear PET sent to recyclers to date.