Quantum Recycling Solutions
Quantum Recycling Solutions are applying for a long-route licence to collect and process 200-250 tonnes of e-waste per month.
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Quantum Recycling Solutions are applying for a long-route licence to collect and process 200-250 tonnes of e-waste per month.
Steritech Dandenong are applying for approval to change the way they treat air emissions on-site.
Longwarry Saleyards Pty Ltd seeks approval to construct a facility for receiving and selling cattle.
L & G Meats Pty Ltd is proposing to construct multiple protein recovery plants and associated equipment in Parwan, Vic.
Alcoa of Australia Limited (Alcoa) propose to construct additional containment cells at their existing Moolap landfill.
Chunxing proposes to build and operate a used lead acid battery recycling facility.
GSWT propose the construction of a waste to energy facility in Dandenong South.
The Camperdown Compost Company Pty Ltd propose to expand and upgrade their existing composting facility.
Advanced Composting Technologies of Australasia applied to develop a static pile composting facility at Bannockburn. EPA refused the application on 22 January. The decision has been submitted to VCAT for review.
Recovered Energy Australia (REA) proposed development of a waste-to-energy facility. EPA approved this proposal on 21 Jan 2020. The decision has been submitted to VCAT for review.
Suez proposed to move the leachate ponds at their landfill operation in Hampton Park. EPA approved the proposal on 4 August 2019. The decision has been submitted to VCAT for review.
Yumbah Aquaculture is proposing a new abalone farm at Bolwarra, east of Portland. EPA granted the approval on 15 April 2019. The decision has been submitted to VCAT for review.
On 19 March 2019, EPA approved Morning Star's long-route licence application to operate their wastewater treatment plant in Woods Point.
On 12 December 2019, EPA approved a works approval application to extend Hyland Highway's existing landfill facility.
On 10 Dec 2019, EPA approved North East Water's application to upgrade their Tallangatta waste water treatment plant.
On 13 dec 2019, EPA approved TGDC's proposal to upgrade its existing organic waste processing facility.
On 18 October, EPA granted a works approval to Meatworks Australia Pty Ltd to construct an abattoir and meat processing facility.
On 8 November 2019, EPA approved a license for Wannon Region Water Corporation to change its operations at its treatment plant in Hamilton.
On 19 September 2019, EPA granted a works approval for Greenham to invest in a new rendering plant at their abattoir.
On 16 April 2019, EPA granted Central Gippsland Water Corporation a works approval to upgrade its existing wastewater treatment plant.
On 23 January 2019, EPA granted a works approval with conditions to Midfield Meat Processing for a a new protein recovery plant at its existing abattoir located in Warrnambool.
On 3 December 2018, EPA granted a works approval with conditions to Resource Resolution for a waste-to-energy facility that will process food waste through anaerobic digestion.
On 30 November 2018, EPA granted a works approval to ACM Procesing Pty Ltd for a milk processing facility, with an associated wastewater treatment plant in, Girgarre.
On 28 November 2018, EPA granted a works approval to Australian Paper for a large-scale waste-to-energy facility in Maryvale in the Latrobe Valley.
On 15 August 2018, EPA granted a works approval to 12 Apostles Hot Springs for treatment plants for its wastewater from sewage and spas.
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