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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 NewRead More
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Australian climate tech startup Cyclion has signed a Letter of Intent with The National Development Company (NDC) — the Philippine’s state-owned enterprise investing – to establish recycling programsRead More
Industry News, Queensland, Queensland
Queensland’s single-use plastic ban came into effect on September 1. The government is trying to make sure that it gives as much assistance as possible to those companies making the transition throughRead More
Industry News, Queensland
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.
The Waste Reduction and Recycling Regulation 2011 is due to expire on 31 August 2023. Before remaking the regulation, the Queensland Government must undertake a sunset review to evaluate its continuing need, effectiveness and efficiency. The Department of Environment and Science is completing a review and proposes to remake the regulation with amendments designed to improve clarity and reduce the regulatory burden on stakeholders.