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  • Recycled construction products program appendix 1 - product specification »

    Product Specification - recycled road base and recycled drainage rock

  • Construction and Demolition waste - position statement »

    The use of recycled construction and demolition (C&D) waste in a range of applications is critical to the achievement of the State’s targets for landfill diversion as set out in the State Government’s Waste Strategy. This document outlines the case for increasing the use of C&D recycled products.

  • Construction & Demolition Excellence in Waste Management Award

    The Home in WA TV program covered resource recycling and waste reduction for builders The video clip highlights them both.

  • Construction & Demolition Levy impact

    The Home in WA TV program covered resource recycling and resources for builders The video clip highlights them both.

  • Construction & Demolition Excellence in Recycling Award 2015

    The Home in WA TV program covered the Master Builders Association Housing Excellence Awards 2015, which featured the category Excellence in Recycling, sponsored by the Waste Authority.

  • Construction & Demolition Research

    The Home in WA TV program covered resource recycling and training courses for builders The video clip highlights the research by Murdoch University for new building practices to improve landfill diversion.

  • Construction & Demolition Smart Waste

    The Home in WA TV program covered resource recycling and training courses for builders. The video clip highlights them both.

  • Construction & Demolition Waste videos

    The Home in WA TV program featured a number of stories about resource recycling in the building industry.

  • Construction & Demolition Source Separation

    The Home in WA TV program covered resource recycling and highlights the source separation at Alkimos with Earthcare Recycling. The video clip highlights the Smart Waste Guide.

  • Construction & Demolition Housing Excellence Awards

    The Home in WA TV program covered resource recycling and highlights the Master Builders Association Housing Excellence Awards for 2016. The video clip features Marcus Geisler, Chairman of the Authority.

  • Smart waste guide »

    Master Builders WA together with the Waste Authority have developed a guide for commercial and residential builders, subcontractors and clients in metropolitan Perth and Peel regions. The aim is to improve recycling outcomes from this major waste stream.

    The guide was launched by the Minister for Environment Albert Jacob on 9 July 2014 at Alkimos Estate.

  • Communications to reduce waste »

    East Fremantle conducted research with a range of local stakeholders to determine attitudes and awareness of what was possible to recycle waste and keep it out of landfill

  • Construction and Demolition Recycling Trial »

    East Fremantle wanted to increase the proportion of C&D waste generated within its jurisdiction that is recycled. The town undertook a pilot trial of a Resource Kit for Recycling C&D Waste at domestic demolition projects. The kit contains information on recycling facilities for common C&D waste materials in the vicinity and is intended to assist owner/builders and/or project managers to recycle as much as possible.

  • Green Building Council Australia (GBCA)

    The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) have developed a Green Star rating tool for waste management credit.

  • Asbestos Guidelines for C&D Recycling »

    Guidelines for managing asbestos at construction and demolition waste recycling facilities. This document has been prepared by the Department of Environment and Conservation and has been reviewed and is supported by the Department of Health and WorkSafe Western Australia.

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