Veolia recently welcomed members of the NSW EPA Board to its Woodlawn Eco-Precinct. The Precinct manages roughly 20 per cent of Sydney’s putrescible waste, using it to generate clean energy for up to 30,000 homes.
To progress Australia’s waste-to-energy capabilities, government needs to drive the agenda and develop collaborative partnerships with industry. Veolia Australia and New Zealand’s Mark Taylor explains.
Veolia’s Ben Sullivan, NSW Group General Manager, tells Waste Management Review about the company’s innovative virtual reality campaign and how raising community awareness has formed an integral part of its approach to infrastructure.