Strategic Partnerships

Strategic partnerships advance the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Act 2007 (WARR Act) objects and the Authority’s strategic priorities.

Eligibility

Organisations representing key areas of waste and recycling

NOTE - this program has now closed and will be re-structured under the Community and industry Engagement Program.

Strategic partnerships are formal alliances between the Waste Authority and key stakeholders to enable consolidated engagement and/or the building of mutual long-term goals and commitments to waste avoidance and resource recovery. The Authority will seek strategic partners who are best placed to assist with advancing the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Act 2007 (WARR Act) objects and the Authority’s strategic priorities.

Our current strategic partners are listed below. Click on their name to get an update on their recent achievements.

Organisation Aims of Partnership Website Link
Keep Australia Beautiful Council (WA) The aim of the strategic partnership with Keep Australia Beautiful Council of Western Australia (KABC WA) is to support KABC’s Litter Prevention Strategy 2014-2019.
Green Stamp - Printing Representing the motor trade, printing and cleaning industry sectors, the Authority has a strategic partnership with the Western Australian branch of the Green Stamp Association. The Green Stamp program assists small to medium-sized businesses to incorporate processes that avoid, reduce, reuse, recycle and dispose of waste in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Green Stamp - Cleaning see above
Green Stamp - MTAWA see above
Master Builders Association WA Representing builders, sub-contractors, suppliers and consultants in both commercial and residential sectors, the partnership utilises a number of projects to improve waste and recycling practices thorugh targeted information, practical tools and recognition of best practice.
Western Australian Local Government Association The Authority’s partnership with WALGA provides an effective consultation mechanism with the 141 Local Governments in Western Australia, on waste management policy discussion and development.

WALGA, through the Municipal Waste Advisory Council (MWAC), undertake research and development in major policy areas such as waste management as an essential service, waste management infrastructure and product stewardship.

Waste Management Association of Australia Representing the waste management industry sector, the Authority has two strategic partnerships with the Western Australian branch of WMAA which is Australia's peak association for waste management professionals.

The first partnership is with Compost Western Australia (Compost WA - see above).

The second partnership with WMAA is with the Western Australia branch.

All strategic partnerships will be assessed by our policy. Guidelines and templates are available below.

Supporting Documentation