Waste management is essential to community and environmental protection, while contributing significantly to the Australian economy. It also helps to maintain long term prosperity by returning materials to the economy.
COVIDSafe App, another tool to help keep staff and the community safe
Employee health and safety is the number one priority for NWRIC members. We encourage all those working within the waste and recycling industry to download and use the COVIDSafe App...
Protecting staff essential in the face of coronavirus
Keeping staff safe, employed and ensuring waste and recycling stays on track is essential in the face or coronavirus, writes Rose Read, CEO of the NWRIC. In the context of...
Waste and recycling companies commit to maintain this essential community service but need government assistance to do so
Updated 23 March 2020 With the shutdown of some non-essential services over the next 24 hours Australia-wide, the waste and recycling industry will increase efforts to ensure it can maintain...