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Waste Less Recycle More Initiative - Grant Programs. Aim of the program.
The Waste Less Recycle More Initiative is a mix of Environmental Trust and EPA programs that support and complement each other. They will provide a comprehensive approach to improve the management of waste materials throughout the NSW economy. For more detailed information about the initiative, please visit the EPA's Waste Less Recycle More web page. Background. In February 2. NSW Government announced the five- year $4. Waste Less Recycle More initiative in response to the findings of the independent review of the waste levy.
The initiative is made up of: $2. Waste and Recycling Infrastructure Package, consisting of: $7.
Organics Infrastructure Fund$7. Community Recycling Centre Fund$6. Waste and Recycling Infrastructure Fund$3. Business Recycling Fund$1. Recycling Innovation Fund$1. Supporting Local Communities Fund, including: $3. Waste and Sustainability Improvement Payment Transition Fund$7.
Local Government Waste and Resource Recovery Fund$1. Regional Local Government Fund$9 million Regional Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Strategy Fund$7 million Regional Landfill Consolidation Fund$5. Illegal Dumping Fund$2. Litter Fund. Programs.
The NSW Environmental Trust and Environment Protection Authority (EPA) are working together to deliver the following programs: Improved Systems for Household Problem Wastes - Community Recycling Centres Grants Program. The Improved Systems for Household Problem Wastes – Community Recycling Centres program is a four- year state- wide $1. This will be achieved through upgrades to existing facilities, construction of new facilities, or development and trialling of innovative solutions where a fixed facility is not practicable.
Innovation in Priority Problem Wastes Management Grants Program. The Innovation in Priority Problem Wastes Management grant program is a three year $8. Environment Protection Authority’s . Proposed grants will be considered on the basis of their ability to reduce the amount of shredder floc produced as part of the metal recycling activity by increasing resource recovery options. Metal recyclers are encouraged to work in partnerships with industry associations or tertiary or research organisations, where this will assist in achieving the goals of the program. Landfill Consolidation and Environmental Improvements Grants Program. The Landfill Consolidation and Environmental Improvements program will provide $7 million to fund consolidation, closure and environmental improvements of landfills.
The grants apply to council areas in the Regional Regulated Area and the Non- Regulated Area. This includes licensed and unlicensed landfills in those areas. The grants do not apply to the Sydney Metropolitan Area and Extended Regulated Areas. Local Government Organics Collection Systems Grants Program.
The Local Government Organics Collection Systems program is a four- year $1. This includes collection systems for garden, food or combined food and garden organic waste. Love Food Hate Waste Grants Program. The Love Food Hate Waste (Food Waste Avoidance Education) program is a four- year $1. NSW. An integral part of this is supporting food waste avoidance education initiatives of partner organisations such as councils, council groups, non- government organisations and community groups through grant funding.
Major Resource Recovery Infrastructure Grants Program. The Major Resource Recovery Infrastructure program is a $4. NSW 2. 01. 2 recycling targets. The program is designed to fund major resource recovery facilities in levy paying areas of NSW and which primarily process materials from these areas.
Applicants will have up to 3. Deed, if it is not signed within the specified period the offer will lapse. Once the DOA is signed, funding will be provided in advance. The Trust will monitor the progress of projects and on completion, a Final Report will be required along with an independently certified Statement of Expenditure. Example deed of agreement and letter of agreement documents are available on the Grant assessment webpage. Who to contact. For application assistance, please contact the Trust program manager: Phone: (0.
Email: waste. For general program related issues or questions, please contact the EPA: Phone: (0.
Email: wasteless. Further information sources.
EPA: Waste Less Recycle More. Love Food Hate Waste.
Household Chemical Clean. Out. Food and Garden Organics Best Practice Collections Manual. Support for sustainability. Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia. Australian Green Infrastructure Council. Green Infrastructure.
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