The NSW Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) Waste and Resource Recovery (WARR) Strategy 2014–21 sets targets for the diversion of waste from landfill, increasing from 63% in 2014/15 to 75% by 2021. To achieve these targets significant investment is required to develop the infrastructure needed to process the increase in the volume of waste forecast to be generated across the state. This strategy has been developed to assist councils and waste industry participants to understand the expected increase in waste streams and to plan to ensure sufficient infrastructure capacity is available to process the projected volumes.
What do you think?
Review the consultation paper (PDF 944KB) and tell us what you think by online submission or email.
Submissions must be received by 5pm 20 November 2017.
Consultation workshop and infrastructure grant writing training – Sydney CBD Wednesday 25 October
The NSW EPA is running a workshop on Wednesday 25 October 2017 in the Sydney CBD. For those unable to attend a webinar will be run the following week, details to come.
This workshop will cover
- NSW Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Strategy 2017-2021 consultation
In addition to the region by region needs analysis presented at the recent and Waste and Recycling Infrastructure grant workshops, this session will also cover the background to the Strategy and why it has been developed, its relationship to the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery (WARR) Strategy, future plans and a Q & A session.
- Grant application writing training
Applications are now open or opening soon for Major Resource Recovery Infrastructure grants, Resource Recovery Facility Expansion and Enhancement grants, Weighbridge Fund grants and Civil Construction Markets grants. This training will provide guidance and support for organisations wishing to apply for these grants.
Attendance is free, but places are limited. To register to attend the workshop or webinar or for further details please contact Mungo Ryman on firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 9995 5431.
For more information contact the NSW EPA's Waste Strategy Team