By MRA Consulting Group
The new grants provide funding to support the NSW resource recovery sector with responding to changes in recycling markets and mitigate the effects of China’s National Sword policy. The program supports investment in infrastructure projects that improve the quality of recycled materials, increase the amount of materials recycled in NSW or increase the use of recycled plastics, glass and paper/cardboard in the manufacture of products within NSW. The program targets paper/cardboard, plastics, glass, tyres, engineered and treated timber, e-waste and plasterboard however, preference will be given to projects that prioritise glass, paper/cardboard and plastics.
Table 1: WLRM Product Improvement Program Grant summary
|Applicant type||Project requirements||Funding per applicant||Closing date|
|MRFs (must be licensed or in the process of obtaining a license)
Facilities that reprocess recovered waste material (or plan to within 6 months)
Manufacturers that use post-consumer products
The private sector
|Projects are to:
Increase the throughput of MRFs; and/or
Improve the quality of outputs/reduce contamination; and/or
Increase manufacturer capacity to use recycled materials in their products.
|$50,000 to $1,000,000, up to 50% of eligible items for the private sector, up to 75% of capital eligible items for councils.
What will be funded?
What will not be funded?
|August 23, 2018 at 5pm
MRA has submitted more than 140 WLRM grant applications to date, winning more than $40m in funding for our clients.
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