ACR, Boomerang Alliance, Container Deposit Schemes, Opinion, Queensland, WMRR
Container Deposit Schemes, Opinion, Victoria, Victoria
With the successful inclusion of wine and spirit bottles in the Qld CDS 10c refund scheme on 1 November, industry and environment groups have joined together to call on NSW, Western Australia, Victoria, NT, ACT and South Australia to catch up.
Circular Economy, Container Deposit Schemes, Opinion, Queensland
Since the Victorian CDS’ (container deposit scheme) inception a number of media reports have surfaced suggesting excessive retail price rises as a result – i.e. here
Circular Economy, Container Deposit Schemes, Features
As of today (November 1, 2023) the Queensland’s container refund scheme will now include glass wine and spirit bottles as part of its collection capacity at the various collection points around the state.
Container Deposit Schemes, earthmoving machines, Latest News, NSW, Online Subscription
A politician turning up to a waste expo is a rare event, so when Tasmanian Senator Peter Whish-Wilson made himself available to scrutiny at a seminar at the Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) recently, eager ears listened to what he had to say.
Latest News, Recycling, Victoria
Grafton business Clarence Valley Metal Recyclers (CVMR) has been ordered to pay more than $149,000 in fines and legal costs for exploiting the Return and Earn recycling scheme by double counting almostRead More
Infrastructure, Opinion, Queensland
The Victorian government claims that 600 new jobs will be created through Victoria’s Container Deposit Scheme (CDS Vic), which will reduce the state’s litter by up to half when it begins later this year.
Industry News, Queensland, Queensland
Construction of the Sunshine Coast $40.5 million material recycling facility (MRF) is close to completion, with the facility set to be operational by the end of 2023.
ACT, ACT, Canberra, Circular Economy, Container Deposit Schemes, Opinion
More than $12 million joint funding for six new recycling projects will divert more than 69,000 tonnes of waste from Queensland landfill every year.
Container Deposit Schemes, Features, Online Subscription, Victoria
The ACT government is looking to expand its Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) to include more types of containers. The CDS was introduced in 2018 and allows people to return eligible, empty drink containers for a 10-cent refund per item. Currently the scheme accepts aluminium cans, glass bottles, plastic bottles and cartons (flavoured milk and juice boxes).
TOMRA Cleanaway has installed the first Victorian CDS refund point under the State’s new Container Deposit Scheme, CDS Vic, in Buninyong, Victoria. “We’re very excited to have landed the firstRead More