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$137 million facility to process 220,000 tonnes of paper and cardboard

  One of Australia’s biggest paper recycling facilities will be built in South East Queensland with plans to turn 220,000 tonnes of waste paper and cardboard from across Queensland and northern New South Wales into pulp annually for export. Both federal and state governments have partnered with Brisbane-based national company AusWaste Recycling to build a …
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