Less waste, more resources
National Waste Policy Knowledge Store
Submitting case studies
Case studies in the National Waste Policy Knowledge Store represent a broad range of waste recycling and reuse initiatives across Australia. We are interested in case studies that focus on the processes/benefits and outcomes of a 'project' to achieve greater recycling and reuse, avoidance and reduction of waste.
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Case study topics
We are interested in case studies that illustrate the following:
Manage waste as a resource:|
Recycling and Reuse
| Avoid the generation and reduce the amount of waste|
for disposal: Avoid and Reduce
Commercial building construction
Commercial fit outs
Floor/ wall coverings
Plaster board and gyprock
Plastics and PVCs
Commercial and Industrial
Construction and Demolition
Hazardous Materials/ Substances
Ozone and Synthetic Gas
All Australian, state, territory and local governments, industry, business and community organisations are eligible to submit case studies for possible inclusion into the National Waste Policy Knowledge Store.
If you would like to submit a case study to be considered for publication in the National Waste Policy Knowledge Store, please read the Guidelines for the submission of case studies or contact the National Waste Policy Implementation Team at email@example.com.
To submit a case study to the National Waste Policy Knowledge Store an Applicant must:
- read the Guidelines for the submission of case studies
- complete Appendix A - Case Study Template
- complete Appendix B - Declaration
- mail a hardcopy of each to:
Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
c/o National Waste Policy Implementation Section
GPO Box 787
CANBERRA ACT 2601
- email an electronic copy of each in Word format (not as a PDF file) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If after reading this guide you have any questions in relation to the Case Study application process, or are unable to submit an electronic copy of your application by email, please contact the National Waste Policy Implementation Section at the Department at email@example.com or 6274 1111
National Waste Policy Implementation Report 2011
The National Waste Policy Implementation Report 2011 outlines progress against the 2010 and 2011 milestones set out in the National Waste Policy Implementation Plan (as at 14 October 2010). The results showcase the clear benefits of a collaborative approach across government and industry.
Approved Co-regulatory Arrangements
E-Cycle Solutions Pty Ltd, DHL Supply Chain (Australia) Pty Ltd and Australian & New Zealand Recycling Platform Limited (ANZRP) are able to deliver services under the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme.
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