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  • 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.

  • UDIA Sustainability Program

    The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) is Australia’s peak representative body for all segments of the urban development industry.

  • Management of construction and demolition waste in Australia

    All governments are committed to encouraging best practice waste management and resource recovery for construction and demolition projects.

  • Landfill Levy Regulation Administration Policy - 2009 »

    This policy document provides a summary of the procedures and requirements for the assessment and calculation of the landfill levy payable on all waste received at licensed landfills in the metropolitan region, and all waste collected in the metropolitan region which is received at licensed landfills outside the metropolitan area.

  • Detailed investigation into existing & potential markets for RC&D materials - Final Report July 2008 »

    Cardno WA Pty Ltd (Cardno) have been contracted by the DEC to conduct a Detailed Investigation into the Existing and Potential Markets for Recycled Construction and Demolition (RC&D) Material. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the market for RC&D material in Western Australia, to gain an understanding of the supply and demand trends for RC&D material in a range of existing markets and to identify barriers preventing the growth of emerging markets. The study predominantly focuses on the Perth Metropolitan Region; however it will assess opportunities for market development in adjacent regional areas.

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