REMINDER: Parliamentary Committee Inquiry into Victoria’s recycling sector: Have your say!

As reported in the 15 March 2019 edition of this newsletter, Victorian is to have a parliamentary inquiry into recycling…[Read More]

Consultation on Waste data method: Have your say!

The Western Australia Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) is consulting on methodologies for mandatory reporting under the Waste…[Read More]

EPA Victoria orders recycling facility to cease accepting waste

The Victorian Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has ordered a construction materials recycling facility to stop accepting combustible recyclable and waste…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: $1.4 Million for infrastructure and program

The Western Australian Government has announced $1.4 million in funding for waste and recycling infrastructure and programs.The funding will be…[Read More]

New waste advisory group for WA

A waste advisory group to support reform in Western Australia through advice on waste policy and legislation, has been established.The…[Read More]

Product Stewardship Regulations – gazetted

The Federal Government has gazetted the Product Stewardship (Televisions and Computers) Amendment (2019 Measures No. 1) Regulations.The Regulation amends the…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Resource Recovery Infrastructure Fund

The latest round of funding for the Victorian Government Resource Recovery Infrastructure Fund is now open.The round 4 funding offers…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Research Development and Demonstration Grants

Applications are now open for round 2 of the Research, Development and Demonstration grants program, which supports research, development and…[Read More]

Second recycling company site able to accept waste again

The Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has allowed a recycling company to resume accepting recyclable waste materials at its second…[Read More]

National food waste: New research

The Federal government has released the findings of a national food waste study, which shows that Australians created 7.3 million…[Read More]

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