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NEWS

Welcome – this part of our website is to record the latest media activity that is relevant to both our project and to the wider WtE and renewable industries in Australia.  The news media is catalogued by date, the latest being at the top of each of the sections.

CRS PROJECT MEDIA

New waste-management hub planned for Fyshwick

New waste-management hub planned for Fyshwick Dan Jervis-Bardy APRIL 8 2019 - 12:00AM A new large-scale waste and recycling plant, which would receive up to one million tonnes of materials a year, is planned for Fyshwick. Hi-Quality Group wants to build a waste-management hub on land off Tennant Street, [...]

May 2nd, 2019|Project Media|
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RECYCLING & WASTE TO ENERGY MEDIA

CRS, ActewAGL Retail and waste-to-energy
One of the key pathways options to achieving the outcomes of the ACT Government Waste Feasibility Study is waste-to-energy. On 7 March 2014 the ACT Government announced in a media release titled “Turning Waste Into Energy”, that it was seeking private sector solutions to develop waste-to-energy technology within the ACT. The government statement said:

“A regional materials recovery and bioenergy facility could convert ACT and regional organic waste into renewable electricity, with enough energy to power over 15,000 Canberra households, once the facility is fully operational. It can also recover high-value plastics and metals that would otherwise end up in landfill. Bioenergy is widely used in northern Europe as a clean, renewable source for producing energy.”

As a result of this government initiative, and other waste-to-energy pathways considered in the Waste Feasibility Study, CRS formed a Joint Venture with ActewAGL Retail. The JV considered a range of WtE technologies and examined the most successful and environmentally beneficial plants operating around the world. The JV then began an extensive community consultation program to gauge support for such a proposal. After many months, and meetings with hundreds of people, it became apparent that the Canberra community was not ready for WtE at this stage. While there is widespread support for such a proposal, a large proportion of the population clearly needed more time to understand the technology and environmental outcomes. CRS decided to remove the WtE component from the proposal and instead work with Veolia to send non-recyclable residues to the Woodlawn Bioreactor.

Waste for Energy plant for Melbourne proposed

Victoria should consider burning rubbish to generate energy, reduce landfill, report finds By Joseph Dunstan 26 Feb 2018 Burning rubbish is being touted as a viable alternative to landfill for Victoria, under a waste-to-energy proposal put before the State Government. The Andrews Government commissioned a series of public consultations on [...]

February 26th, 2018|Waste to Energy Media|
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RENEWABLE ENERGY MEDIA

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