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Environment Protection Authority

Environmental Issues

Waste and resource recovery

Waste grants

Over five years, $465.7 million in grants will be awarded to local governments, businesses, industry and the community to stimulate new investment and transform waste and recycling in NSW. Programs funded under this initiative will be delivered by the EPA and the NSW Environmental Trust.

Grant programs

Grant programs under the Waste Less, Recycle More initiative include:

Grants now open

For information about other grant program timeframes, download an indicative timeline for the rollout of grants (PDF, 327KB) under the Waste Less, Recycle More.

Grants awarded

Waste and recycling infrastructure

Under Round 1, the Environmental Trust has awarded nine grants totalling $5.20 million.

Organics infrastructure

Under Round 1, the Environmental Trust has awarded 21 grants totalling $6.52 million.

Under Round 1, the Environmental Trust has awarded 10 grants, totalling $356,797 million.

Under Round 1, the Environmental Trust has awarded 10 grants, totalling $3.2 million under three streams:

Household problem wastes

Under Round 1 for local councils, the Environmental Trust has awarded 36 grants totalling $4.58 million.

Business Recycling

Under Round 1 of the Bin Trim Business Grants, the EPA has awarded 27 grants totalling $4.76 million.

Under Round 1 of the Industrial Ecology Network Grants, the EPA has awarded 6 grants, totalling $1.62 million.

Illegal Dumping

The EPA has awarded $781,000 to 24 local government areas.

Under Round 1, the EPA has awarded 15 grants totalling $1.56 million for clean-up and prevention projects.

The EPA has awarded 8 grants totalling $96,000 to combat illegal dumping on charities.

Litter

Under Round 1, the EPA has awarded $402,000 to 14 projects.

Under Round 2, the EPA allocated $2,297,999 for 31 projects.

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Page last updated: 18 December 2014