By MRA Consulting Group
The NSW EPA has opened the $13 million landfill consolidation grants program under the NSW Government Waste Less Recycle More initiative (WLRM).
The new grants support regional and rural councils in addressing identified environmental issues posed by landfill activities including end of life, site security and access, separation of materials and overall supervision. The program also contributes to minimising adverse impacts on human health as well as the environment through improving overall landfill operations.
|Eligible applicants||Funding per applicant||Project requirements||Closing date|
|Local councils in the regional regulated area and non-regulated area, Regional waste groups, Regional organisations of councils.Note: councils in the metropolitan levy areas (MLA) are not eligible for this grant.||
The remaining 30% must be covered by the applicant’s in-kind or financial contributions.
|Stream 1: Landfill closure and/or establishment of transfer station
Stream 2: Environmental Improvements at landfill or existing transfer station
What will be funded?
What will not be funded?
Works that have already commenced, land acquisition, operational training, equipment purchase and maintenance costs, operational expenses, stormwater/leachate systems.
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MRA has submitted more than 200 WLRM grant applications to date, winning more than $60m in funding for our clients. In the previous rounds of Organics Market Development grants MRA delivered 8 projects in partnership with clients with a value totalling over $850,000.
If your organisation is interested in any of the above grant programs, please contact email@example.com or call 02 8541 6169. MRA can provide a one-stop shop to maximise your chances of success.
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