The future of waste and recycling in Western Australia is being reviewed.
The Waste Authority, on behalf of the State Government, is reviewing the waste strategy to make Western Australia a sustainable low-waste society in which human health and the environment are valued and protected.
A consultation paper was released in October 2017. Inputs into the waste strategy review consultation process were received via an online survey, written submissions and consultation workshops.
The Waste Authority has analysed inputs received during the consultation process and developed an amended draft named Waste Strategy 2030.
Entities that made a written submission on the October 2017 draft may request, in writing, that the Waste Authority make a variation to the draft Waste Strategy.