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Community Recycling Centre Program

Program snapshot Category: Improved systems for household problem wastes Amounts: Total of $3 million in grants infrastructure funding with individual grants of up to $200,000 Eligible bodies: Councils, not-for-profits,   2017

Better Waste and Recycling Fund

Program snapshot Category:  Dedicated funding for local councils and groups of councils Amounts: Total of $39 million over four years from 2017-18 Eligible bodies: Local councils and regional groupings of councils   2017

Waste Less, Recycle More Education Strategy

The 2016�“21 will drive education and behaviour change initiatives to achieve the NSW waste and recycling targetsThe strategy �“ Changing Behaviour Together   2017

How to recycle (or dispose of) empty pesticide containers

What to do with your empties before disposal/recycling? Empty pesticide containers are classified as a hazardous waste meaning they are a danger to public health and the environment Before   2017

Find a recycling centre or Chemical CleanOut event

Find your nearest Community Recycling Centre or the next Household Chemical CleanOut event where you can drop off household problem waste for free Common household problems wastes, including fluorescent   2016

Household Problem Waste being transported to a Community Recycling Centre

Protection of the Environment Operations (Waste) Regulation 2014 Notice of exemption granted under Part 9 in relation to waste tracking By this notice the Environment Protection   2016

Model waste and recycling collection contract

Overview Sound contracts are important factors in ensuring efficient and effective waste and resource recovery collection systemsThe Model Waste and Recycling Collection Contract is a tool to help councils   2015

Waste and recycling infrastructure package - indicative timeframes

Skip links    Contact us    Help    A-Z index Quicklinks Search the POEO public register Dealing with neighbourhood noise Noise guide for local government Online   2015

Community Recycling Centres

New and enhanced are being introduced across NSWAt these centres, NSW householders can easily dispose of their problem wastes free of chargeCentres are open year round What types of waste   2014

Recycling of timber taken from demolished bridges a...

Recycling of timber taken from demolished bridges and redundant power poles is now more viable than disposing of this timber in landfill or using it as fuelThe practice of reusing timber is   2011

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