Evans says time is up for Tyremil site

The Minister for Waste and Assistant Minister for the Environment, Trevor Evans described the Tyremil site in Queensland as a “ticking time bomb” and called on the Queensland government to shut it down. The Minister’s response comes just a year after Queensland businessman Tony Di Carlo was fined $200,000 for a series of environmental breaches …
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Queensland maps out critical EfW policy

The release of the Queensland government’s Energy from Waste (EfW) policy has been described as sensible and well considered as well as providing clarity on how EfW can play a key role within the WARR industry. The policy was delivered at the Waste Management and Resource Recovery of Association of Australia’s (WMRR) ‘Lunch with the …
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Queensland government delivers levy relief

The July 1 2020 waste levy increase has been deferred by the Queensland government for six months due to the impact of COVID-19 on businesses operating within the WARR industry. This deferment will see the waste levy remain at $75 per tonne for general waste, and $105 and $125 per tonne for regulated wastes until …
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