resource recovery

The National Waste Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) attended the Australian Local Government Association’s National General Assembly in Canberra to promote a shared approach to build a resilient resource recovery sector and a circular economy. The National General Assembly is the largest gathering of local councils in Australia, and is attended by mayors, councillors and general

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The Coalition’s 3rd May announcement, ‘A cleaner environment for all Australians’, reveals a Federal election which has seen the biggest tri-partisan commitment to waste and recycling in Australian history. The Coalition promises follow equally welcome commitments by the Labor Party and the Greens. While the commitments from the parties vary in focus and values, broadly

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The Waste and Recycling Industry Association of South Australia (WRISA) is ready to serve the needs of industry. A new waste and recycling industry representative body was formed in Adelaide on February 16th when representatives from a range of companies with direct investment in the waste management and resource recovery industry met together. An inaugural

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The National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) has received support from Australia’s largest waste management companies – and has begun operations. A new body working to create a cohesive national vision for Australia’s waste management industry, the NWRIC has officially formed, following the first meeting of its executive in Sydney on February 13. The

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