Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Irwinconsult, through the Property Industry Foundation, are dedicating their time pro-bono to the $8 million redevelopment of Melbourne City Missions’ Frontyard Youth Services, providing consulting services in waste engineering and management, as well as a peer review role of the structural plans.
Since 2014, Ramboll has provided consultancy services to Kwinana’s Waste-to-Energy project, which reached its financial close recently on October 17, 2018.
International law firm Ashurst advised Phoenix Energy on all aspects of the development and project financing of Australia’s first large-scale waste-to-energy (WtE) project located in Kwinana.
The NSW Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) have recently announced that they have developed a new protocol whereby they will be able to calculate the profits gained by a waste operator who has deliberately not complied with environmental legislation in order to gain significant financial benefit.
EY’s recent research into best practice product stewardship schemes has lessons for the review of the Product Stewardship Act.
Recent pressures on Australia’s waste industry and some local councils reveal thought-provoking views about the desired remedies and solutions. Some of them are well considered, commercially sound and informed; others seem opportunistic and motivated by self-interest.
In this instalment of Legal Eagle, Kim Glassborow goes back to basics, simplifying and breaking down NSW’s Environment Protection Licences (EPLs).
Nominations for the Waste Management Association of Australia’s (WMAA) Women in the Environment Award are now open.
Global law firms DLA Piper and King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) have helped push forward a new waste management facility in Melbourne, according to Australasian Lawyer.
At its state conference last week, the Victorian Waste Management Association (VWMA) announced plans to develop a comprehensive insurance package.