Grants open to help Waste Less Recycle More

WASTE Less Recycle More grants are now open for innovative projects to tackle the management of priority problem wastes in NSW.

The grants are available from the Environment Protection Authority and the Environmental Trust.

Round 1 of the $7 million Innovation in Priority Problem Wastes Management Grants program is open for applications to help manage mattresses, plastic film and other plastics, treated timbers including with Copper Chrome Arsenic, tyres and rubber, and nappies and incontinence pads.

Grants are available in two streams:
1.    Up to $1 million for innovative infrastructure projects that demonstrate new and emerging technologies
2.    Up to $100,000 for research and development to establish recycled material markets for priority problem wastes

Applications for grants close 5pm July 16.

For more information about the grants including how to apply and information sessions, visit the ET's website

For more information about Waste Less Recycle More go to the EPA website.
 



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