David Cocks

Obtaining approval for EfW projects

With the spotlight on Cleanaway’s bid for approval for an Energy from Waste (EfW) plant in Eastern Creek, Western Sydney, let’s look at just what legal steps are involved in obtaining such an approval. In short, it is a time consuming, and at times challenging, process. For applications in NSW, a proponent needs to identify …
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Genox Plastic Washing Systems

Application: The HDPE washing line is designed for rigid plastics with a wall thickness ranging from 1-25mm such as typical liquid drums and containers, milk bottles, wheelie bins and pipes. The PE/PP film system is designed for washing plastic films with contamination levels exceeding 80 per cent, minimising the recycling water flow rate and evaporation losses.
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ELB Equipment – Terminator

Application: The Terminator is a low-speed, high-torque single-shaft industrial shredder designed to process nearly all types of difficult waste, including heavy C&D debris, bulky waste, white goods, mattresses, tires and MSW.

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