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.
South Australia’s recycling industry will receive its biggest ever investment with eight new projects worth $111 million announced today to build and modernise key infrastructure. The projects will create hundreds of jobs, thanks to $35.3 million...
The Morrison Government is taking its investment in product stewardship to close to $15 million and will now see a million sports shoes a year diverted from landfill, 200 tonnes of golf clubs recycled as well as industrial tyres and commercial furniture.
The Morrison Government is taking the fight against plastic waste to a new level, from plastic free beaches, to ending the confusion over household collection systems, declaring war on cigarette butts and putting an end to polystyrene consumer packaging.
Having already set in train a billion-dollar transformation of Australia’s Recycling industry to tackle plastics, paper, glass and tyres, the Morrison Government is setting its sights on the 800,000 tonnes of clothing and textiles discarded by Australians
The Morrison and Berejiklian Governments have announced a $35 million grant round for recycling companies ready to invest in new projects that will help to continue the transformation of NSW’s waste industry.
The Morrison Government has unveiled a new $4 million body with the sole focus of reducing the nation’s food waste - a crucial step in its mission to halve the millions of tonnes of food that ends up in landfill every year - by 2030.