John McKew

AORA supports action for asbestos issues

The Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) understands the concerns about the recent incidents surrounding the detection of asbestos in mulch products in public spaces across NSW. This is following the finding of asbestos by the NSW EPA and the City of Sydney at various sites. As the peak industry body for the organics recycling industry, we are alarmed with the growing number of sites affected and the impact this is having on the industry as a whole and confidence in recycled organics products. Read More

Challenges ahead for organics recycling in 2024

The Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) is in the process of releasing the second edition of its Australian Organics Recycling Industry Capacity Assessment: 2022-23. This report is produced every second year, alternating with The Economic Contribution of the Australian Organics Recycling Industry report. Both reports are commissioned through the Australian Economic Advocacy Solutions (AEAS) for AORA. Read More