Recovered resources market bulletin

Last updated: 20 August 2021

Victoria is aiming to grow the recovery of resources such as cardboard, glass, metals, paper and plastics, and further increase opportunities for infrastructure investment.

The bulletins feature:

  • an overview of kerbside material flows
  • monthly flows to local and overseas markets
  • current commodity prices
  • commentary on changes to export markets for recyclables
  • implications for kerbside recyclables markets
  • opportunities for and developments by industry, government and others to improve kerbside markets.

Bulletins

2021

2020

2019

Recovered Resources Market Bulletin (glossary and references)

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About these bulletins

These monthly bulletins are a 12-month pilot project to inform industry, government and the community about waste and resource recovery in Victoria.

Bulletins are produced in partnership with the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia. They are written by industry specialists Envisage Works, Sustainable Resource Use and Industry Edge for Sustainability Victoria and supported by DELWP and EPA. They do not constitute advice or government opinion.

We hope to keep improving the quality and relevance of the bulletins and would appreciate any feedback. Please contact us via email at: invest@sustainability.vic.gov.au

Want to know more? Get in touch with:

Investment facilitation

Sustainability Victoria

invest@sustainability.vic.gov.au