Blacktown Waste Services Pty Ltd is a locally owned waste management service business located in Marsden Park, North-West of Sydney. Since 2004 the site has been used predominately for landfilling materials left over from building, construction and commercial activities.
Jackson Environment and Planning Pty Ltd has been engaged by development project manager Restifa and Partners to prepare a waste and recycling management plan for the renovation of a seven-level retail and commercial office building located at 78-84 Kippax Street, Surry Hills
Jackson Environment and Planning Pty Ltd has been engaged by the developer Boronia Estates Pty Ltd to prepare a Site Waste Management and Minimisation Plan for the Cudgegong Town Centre
Recycling of end of life truck and bus tyres is set to increase with an approval of a 20,000 tonne per annum crumb rubber production facility in Sydney’s West.
A newly expanded recycling facility for paper, cardboard and plastic film is now operating in Wetherill Park, with planning, licensing and infrastructure funding led by Jackson Environment and Planning Pty Ltd.
A presentation on addressing the regulatory barriers for energy from waste projects was presented at The Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of NSW industry update on 13th of June.
The 2018 Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) Awards took place in Sydney on 29th August, showcasing companies with outstanding achievements in recyclable packaging.
Japan is a world leader in designing, building and operating advanced energy from waste plants, having more than sixty years-experience. To help in the transfer of knowledge to assist in developing world leading facilities in Australia, a study tour of energy from waste facilities is organized for 18-20 February read more
By Dr Mark Jackson, Director, Jackson Environment and Planning Pty Ltd
With recent fires ravaging material recycling facilities in Victoria and New South Wales, the community and agencies responsible for planning approvals and licensing have a right to be nervous.
Excessive stockpiling and poor environmental management at some recycling sites can read more