Killing two birds with one stone

Killing two birds with one stone

NAWMA has partnered with South Australian companies Joule Energy and LMS Energy to deliver Australia’s first combined landfill gas-to-energy and solar facility. NAWMA is a local government regional subsidiary of the cities of Salisbury and Playford and the town of Gawler. The authority has been running a balefill landfill Uleybury, north of Adelaide, since 2005. …
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WMAA landfill conference: exploring the use of trommel fines as landfill cover

WMAA landfill conference: exploring the use of trommel fines as landfill cover

Speaking at the Waste Management Association of Australia’s 2017 Australian Landfill and Transfer Station conference at the end of March, Mockinya Consulting director Paul Lightbody told delegates the project started as a means to find a use for trommel fines produced at a refuse-derived fuel facility in Adelaide. The plant, which was established in 2006, …
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Supreme court hands down significant decision for waste management

Supreme court hands down significant decision for waste management

Although the matter related to a criminal prosecution in the Environment Resources and Development (ERD) Court, there were some significant findings about matters of principle as they relate to the interpretation of the Environment Protection Act that will affect the waste industry moving forward. The facts Waste material had been received onto a former landfill …
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Dealing with post collection contamination

Dealing with post collection contamination

Jeffries receives more than 150,000 tonnes of organics annually and processes the material into quality compost, soil, and mulch that are then supplied to resellers across metropolitan Adelaide and horticultural customers throughout South Australia. Managing director Martin Jeffries, who spoke at the Waste Management Association of Australia’s (WMAA) Waste South Australia 2016 conference at the …
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