Cleanaway has won four-year contracts with 21 of the 26 metropolitan councils in Melbourne that tendered their waste volumes.
The Victorian EPA’s Waste Tracker system is now live and replaces the Waste Transport Certificate system. Users can no longer create electronic waste transport certificates in the old EPA Interaction Portal. Anyone who handles RPW must use Waste Tracker to report and comply with Victoria’s new environmental laws.
Experts in asbestos removal are calling for a state or national register or business tax breaks to dispose of hazardous material properly, in order to halt a worsening illegal dumping problem in Victoria.
MCEC’s participation in the RMIT Impact Academy culminated in a final showcase at the end of May, with students presenting their impact-driven solutions to get rid of single-use plastics to industry clients and the Academy cohort.
If you’re one of the thousands of highway drivers who use roadside rest stops you may well have seen piles of grain on the ground left behind from trucks that are either cleaning out trailers or reducing weight.
Cleanaway Waste Management has welcomed the decision of the High Court of Australia to dismiss the special leave application that sought to challenge the legal validity of the works approval to extend Cleanaway’s Melbourne Regional Landfill in Ravenhall, Victoria (MRL).