Victoria is aiming to grow resource recovery in the state, generating up to $5 billion in opportunities for infrastructure investment by 2044. This equates to $120-167 million in annual investment opportunities in financing technology, infrastructure and expertise to significantly improve Victoria’s resource recovery.
Victoria leads Australia in the development of its waste and resource recovery sector.
We generate a quarter of Australia’s waste and this is expected to grow substantially over the next 30 years.
Sustainability Victoria is here to help you invest in waste and resource recovery infrastructure that increases resource recovery in Victoria.
Our investment facilitation service promotes local opportunities in the sector, informs your business case for investment and coordinates your relationship with the Victorian Government.
Build your business case
We can help you to access the data, information, analysis and expertise you need to help develop your business case for investment in waste and resource recovery infrastructure.
Work with government
Government is a crucial partner for investors seeking to pursue projects in waste and resource recovery infrastructure. Understanding the roles of local, state and commonwealth governments and agencies, as well as how they can help you to succeed, is crucial for any investment proposition.
Christopher Lane, Investment Lead
Christopher leads the investment facilitation service for prospective investors in the waste and resource recovery sector. He created the strategy to focus on reducing actual and perceived risk in the sector by working with government and industry to address the key barriers to investment. Christopher has over 10 years’ experience in attracting and facilitating investment, promoting international trade and supporting growth in small and medium sized companies in Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
Felipe Nino, Investment Advisor
Felipe advises investors on a variety of issues in the waste and resource recovery sector in Victoria, supporting their development of business cases and providing insight on the local market. His academic background in economics and postgraduate environmental studies combines with his experience in the banking, oil and gas industries to provide a valuable understanding of the private sector and environmental issues. Fluent in Spanish, Felipe is originally from Colombia and has worked in Colombia, the United States and Australia.