WMRR election commitment

WMRR calls for election commitment

The Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) is calling on major political parties to commit to five policy priorities to transition Australia to a circular economy to ensure the nation moves to a net zero future. Read more

waste-to-energy

Potential energy

There’s a general acceptance that Waste-to-Energy has a role to play in Australia’s future. What that role will be remains divisive. Waste Management Review looks at the state of play.

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NT waste levy

NT’s proposed waste levy welcomed

News that the Northern Territory government is considering the introduction of a waste levy has been hailed a significant step toward a new era for waste and resource recovery (WARR) in the territory by the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR). Read more

waste collection

COVID-19 exemptions sought for frontline waste workers

The Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) is calling on the Prime Minister and state premiers to ensure that frontline workers in the waste and resource recovery industry are included in isolation and quarantine exemptions. Read more

Recycling Victoria, waste levy

Bid to block waste levy questioned

Waste industry leaders and politicians have hit out at a bid to block a proposed Tasmanian waste levy and delay the introduction of a Container Refund Scheme (CRS) with a new inquiry. Read more

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