Stream B

At least $2 million plus any funds redirected from Stream A are offered in a series of open competitive funding rounds.

Eligibility

Private sector, state government entities, regional councils (with metropolitan members) and local governments (once their Stream A allocation is fully committed)

Producers of C&D product (C&D recyclers) and their subsidiary companies are not eligible for funding.

Stream B: Metropolitan open competitive

No. Period Allocation

Funding periods

1
10 September 2015 to 30 June 2017
At least $1 Million
2
1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018
At least $600,000 plus any unallocated funds from stream A
3
1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019
At least $400,000 plus any unallocated funds from stream A
4
 
Unallocated funds from stream A

Funding rounds will be advertised approximately every six months (based on funding availability and demand).

Material
Maximum payment
$ per tonne

Incentive payments

Recycled road base
Up to $4
Recycled drainage rock
Up to $2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funding priorities in order

  1. Projects that use a significant tonnage of material

    then
  2. Projects that use road base will be given preference to projects that use drainage rock

    then
  3. Projects that represent the lowest cost per tonne.

Additional priorities and/or a minimum tonnage required for applications may be included for specific funding periods.

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