Grants and funding

Grants and funding


Victorian Litter Innovation Fund - Round 2

The Victorian Litter Innovation Fund (the Fund) provides support for the Victorian community, including government, business, not-for-profit organisations, social enterprises and schools, to fund innovative approaches that prevent and reduce the impact of litter and illegal dumping. 

The objective of the program is to offer grants of up to $20,000 for innovative solutions to litter and illegal dumping that are delivered through a partnership approach.

Applications for Round 2 Expressions of Interest are now open.

Round 2 involves a two stage competitive, merit-based application process (Expressions of Interest and Full Application).

For more information see Victorian Litter Innovation Fund.


Advanced Organics Processing Technology Grants

The Advanced Organics Processing Technology Grants program supports the installation of small scale onsite or precinct scale anaerobic digestion (AD) technology for processing of organic waste in Victoria.

Successful applicants will be eligible to claim up to $150,000 (conditional on co-contribution of $1 SV: $2 industry or $1 SV: $1 for local government) for existing opportunities that meet the eligibility criteria.

The grant process involves two stages - an Expression of Interest (EOI), followed by a business case assessment process.

Applications for this funding have now closed.

For more information on this funding see Advanced Organics Processing Technology Grants.


Research and development grants for recovered glass fines and flexible plastics

The Research & Development Program provides grants of up to $100,000 (1:1 matched funding) for research institutes and industry to undertake collaborative research projects to develop new markets for recovered glass fines and flexible plastics.

Applications for this funding have now closed.

For more information on this funding see Research and development grants.


Resource assessment grants

Applications for this funding have now closed.

Sustainability Victoria is offering grants to eligible business to cover 50% of the cost to engage a consultant to conduct a resource assessment of their operations. Grants are capped at $5,000 for an energy assessment and $10,000 for a materials or combined materials and energy assessment.

For more information on this funding see Resource assessments grants.


Previously allocated funding

Information on recently allocated funding can be found here.