Claire Moffat

AWRE Online reviews an expanding WARR industry

Minister for Energy and Environment, Matt Kean opened AWRE Online with an insight and update into where NSW stands with its 20-Year strategy. The Government’s 20-year strategy sets goals for reducing waste, driving sustainable recycling markets and identifying and improving the state and regional waste infrastructure network. Their focus for the 20-Year Waste Strategy and …
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Collaboration key to FOGO reform in WA

Western Australia’s food organic and garden organic (FOGO) household collection program is driven by a clear strategy, supported by a behavioural change program, and most importantly, a strong commitment to engagement and collaboration with all sectors. At this stage, we are pleased to be among the handful of states committing to this important change. So …
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Tyre recycling poised for a dynamic year

2021 is set to be a dynamic year for the Australian used tyre recycling sector with export bans implemented and increased domestic demand for used tyre products, coupled with uncertainty for traditionally safe overseas markets. The planned Federal Government ban on the export of whole baled tyres will take effect in December 2021. This long …
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Dorney disagrees with VicRecycle over NSW CDS

TOMRA Cleanaway has released a statement spruiking the benefits of the NSW container deposit scheme (CDS). This comes on the back of a recent article in Inside Waste where VicRecycle director Jeff Mcguire criticised the Victorian government for stating that its preferred model is the one currently used in NSW.
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Inquiry looks at the ‘right to repair’

The Australian Productivity Commission has been asked to look at the issue of consumers’ ability to repair faulty goods and to access repair services at a competitive price. The inquiry will specifically investigate the barriers and enablers of competition in repair markets and the costs and benefits of a regulated ‘right to repair’, including facilitating …
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