Australian households and small businesses will have better access to free recycling for their computers and televisions following the Morrison Government’s decision to approve two new providers for the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme.
The Morrison Government has announced $7 million for recycling in regional and remote Australia as it continues to create jobs and help our environment by turbocharging Australia’s waste and recycling industry.
The Australian and New South Wales Governments have today announced 22 new recycling projects across metropolitan and regional NSW as part of a $600 million national rollout of recycling infrastructure.
The Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management, Trevor Evans, today announced that he expects all battery retailers and importers to participate in the newly accredited Battery Stewardship Scheme.
Construction of Australia’s biggest polyethylene terephthalate (PET) recycling plant is progressing at pace, with the Morrison Government providing new finance to ensure it can help meet our ambitious waste reduction targets and support jobs...
As the fashion industry descends on Sydney in a week’s time for Australian Fashion Week, the Morrison Government is today bringing together industry leaders from around the country to Canberra to address the ugly side of fast fashion.