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A $35 million grant program, Remanufacture NSW Round 1, has opened for applications today. The program supports NSW resource recovery infrastructure development and trials to respond to the regulation of the export of glass, plastic, tyres and paper and cardboard under the Recycling and Waste Reduction Act 2020.

The program offers funding in two streams.
• Stream 1 - Infrastructure projects (Grants of between $100,000 and $5 million are available for Stream 1)
• Stream 2 – Trials (Grants of between $50,000 and $1 million are available for Stream 2)

Applications close at 3 pm, Friday 26 March 2021.

To find out more about the program, and how to apply, please go to

A webinar will be held on Thursday 04 February 2021 from 10 am to 11 am. The webinar will provide more information about the program and provide opportunities for questions.

Register to attend the information session on

For more information, please contact the Waste and Recycling Infrastructure Unit, email, or phone (02) 9995 6179 or (02) 9995 6920.
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Friday 22nd Jan, 2021  ·  

Queensland is experiencing an economy and population boom, largely driven by interstate migration. In order to manage this increased economic activity Queensland’s waste and resource recovery sector must expand and diversify.

2021 will be another massive year for the industry with a range of major reforms scheduled to commence. To support the industry and provide a forum for discussion, networking, policy development and showcasing the industry’s success the Waste Recycling Industry Association Queensland (WRIQ), Queensland Farmers Federation (QFF) and Australian Industrial Ecology Network (AIEN) are collaborating to present Future Waste Resources (FWR) Convention 2021 from March 1-3 at the Sea World Conference Centre, Gold Coast.

Find out more at:

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Friday 15th Jan, 2021  ·  

#ThrowbackThursday – FWR2018 Exhibitors sharing their innovations and technologies to support the secondary resources sector

Register for FWR2021 now at:

#FWR #fwr2021 #WriQ #QFF #Aien
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Thursday 14th Jan, 2021  ·  

We are delighted to welcome Bunnings Trade as a Sapphire Sponsor of FWR2021.

Bunnings is the leading retailer of home improvement and outdoor living products in Australia and New Zealand and a major supplier to builders, tradespeople, the housing industry and commercial businesses through Bunnings Trade.

Find out more at:

#FWR #fwr2021 #WriQ #QFF #Aien
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Tuesday 12th Jan, 2021  ·  

This year, instead of hosting the Australian Waste to Energy Forum, AIEN has joined forces with the WRIQ - Waste Recycling Industry Association Queensland and Queensland Farmers' Federation to present the Future Waste Resources 2021 Convention from 1 - 3 March 2021 on the Gold Coast.

Over the last 12 months, Australia’s approach to managing secondary resources has undergone a significant shift. Export bans, the COVID pandemic and more, mean that more than ever before, Government, industry and the community must work collaboratively to manage these resources, maximising their value and protecting our environment for future generations.

Focusing on the overarching theme of Optimism and Collaboration for Resource Recovery in Queensland, this unique event brings together the resource recovery industry, manufacturing and primary producers and will include specialist presenters and suppliers outlining real challenges, successes, and case studies, as well as tools, ideas and strategies for the future.

View the preliminary program now at

Earlybird registration is available at:

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Friday 8th Jan, 2021  ·