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The Kwinana project is underpinned by 20-year waste supply agreements. Photo: Gabriel Oliveira

Govt seeking more info on waste project

Just hours after the developers of a $670 million waste-to-energy project announced they planned to start construction after obtaining all necessary approvals, the state government disclosed it has asked the Environmental Protection Authority to conduct further investigations.

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No. Don’t burn it, reuse it.

Armadale WA
I feel recycling is a better way to go. You should be putting money into GreenBatch they have a much better model of dealing with plastic waste in WA. With financial backing they could easily expand and take plastic waste from around the country creating local jobs that are desperately needed.

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