Energy from Waste – Tackling the Regulatory Barriers
The Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of NSW held an industry update on 13th of June at Kirribilli Club, Lavender Bay, NSW.
Dr Mark Jackson, of Jackson Environment and Planning Pty Ltd was invited as a guest Speaker to make a presentation on tackling the regulatory barriers in the field of creating Energy from Waste in the NSW marketplace and offering possible development strategies for future NSW projects. He was joined by Mr Ross Fox of Fishburn Watson O’Brien Lawyers who reviewed the current policy and regulatory environment in NSW.
A summary of Energy from Waste developments around the world was provided and the presentation highlighted options to assist proponents in NSW. Download a copy of the presentation WCRA Industry Update here.
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