Funded projects for businesses to increase Victoria’s capacity to process and recycle glass, organic and textile waste from the state.
The Recycling Victoria Infrastructure Fund (RVIF) – Materials stream supports infrastructure projects that increase capacity and improve the recovery of paper and cardboard, plastics, glass, tyres, organics and textiles.
$5.73 million has been awarded to 6 infrastructure projects that will increase Victoria’s capacity to process and recycle glass, organic and textile waste from the state.
The funded projects will create more than 75 new ongoing full-time jobs and increase processing capacity for these materials by up to 350,000 tonnes per year, as well as increasing the quality of recycled glass and organics products for reuse.
For background, view the Materials recycling infrastructure funding guidelines.
Citywide will build a new facility in West Melbourne to recycle glass into glass sand and glass fines, which will be used in roads or turned into products like fibreglass.
An enclosed composting facility will be built in Gippsland to process kerbside food organics, garden organics, and commercial food waste.
The funding will be used to expand the processing capacity of the Wangaratta Organics Processing Facility.
The funding will be used to install new textile production technology. This will enable a wide range of textiles to be recycled into new products, including acoustic wall panels, exhibition display panels, blankets, carpet and underlays.
Bio Gro will establish a new Regional Organics Recovery Facility in the Colac Otway region to process kerbside and commercial organics.
The funding will be used to expand the processing capacity of Bio Gro’s Dandenong South Organics Processing Facility.
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