NEW SOUTH WALES

Scare campaign regrettable; claims wrong: Malouf

Scare campaign regrettable; claims wrong: Malouf

Dial A Dump Industries' chief executive Ian Malouf is confident that the company will obtain approval from the Planning Assessment Commission for an energy from waste facility in Eastern Creek, 35km west of Sydney, saying the small group that is running...

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Bingo unveils offer price of $1.80 per share

Bingo unveils offer price of $1.80 per share

By now, you would have heard that Bingo Industries is seeking to float its $628 million company. This week, Bingo officially released its prospectus, revealing a share offer price of $1.80 per share.

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Legal Eagle: State significant development applications for the waste Industry explained

Legal Eagle: State significant development applications for the waste Industry explained

A state significant development is a type of development which is deemed to be of significance to the state of New South Wales whether it be due to the size or potential impacts that the development may have

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Sydney councils join forces with RMS and EPA to tackle litter

Sydney councils join forces with RMS and EPA to tackle litter

Ten Western Sydney Councils have formed a partnership with Roads and Maritime Services and the NSW EPA to reduce and prevent roadside litter in Sydney's west.

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NSW EPA tackles odour and pollution issues

NSW EPA tackles odour and pollution issues

The NSW EPA has issued fines and prevention notices to a number of companies, including SUEZ, for odour issues, water pollution, and unlawful waste storage.

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Australian invention to cut air conditioning costs and energy use

Australian invention to cut air conditioning costs and energy use

Australian PhD student from Western Sydney University, Vahid Vakiloroaya, has created a new air conditioning attachment that promises to cut energy costs, reduce carbon emissions, and slash demand for peak electricity - making the units much more efficient...

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City of Sydney adopts new action plan to reach net zero emissions by 2050

City of Sydney adopts new action plan to reach net zero emissions by 2050

The City of Sydney has taken a major step in the state's sustainability aspirations with the adoption of a new action plan that aims to make the city net zero emissions by 2050.

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$700M Eastern Creek EfW facility goes to PAC as opposition grows

$700M Eastern Creek EfW facility goes to PAC as opposition grows

Dial A Dump Industries has moved forward with its plan to build a $700 million energy from waste facility in Eastern Creek industrial park, recently lodging a submission for approval to the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) NSW amid growing opposition...

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$1.3M offered to councils to divert organics

$1.3M offered to councils to divert organics

Local councils in NSW are being encouraged to apply for grants worth up to $1.3 million to introduce or enhance kerbside organic bin collection services.

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WMAA Landfill and Transfer Stations: EPA commits to planning

WMAA Landfill and Transfer Stations: EPA commits to planning

NSW EPA chair and CEO Barry Buffier has delivered his keynote address on day one of the Waste Management Association of Australia's Landfill and Transfer Stations Conference, promising to remain committed to balanced planning.

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