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Bin Trim Equipment Rebates Program Grant Opened: 17th of November 2023 Closes: 30th of June 2027 - 12:00 pm Value: Up to $50,000 Run By: Environment Protection Authority Further Information: https://www.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/bin-trim-equipment-rebates-program

Reopening of the Bin Trim Equipment Rebates Program for eligible NSW businesses, councils, and organisations. $6 million has been allocated to continue the initiative for three years until 30 June 2027, or until all funding is used.

Rebates up to $50,000 are being offered to cover up to 50% of the cost of small-scale, on-site equipment or technology that avoids, reduces, reuses, or recycles waste. The initiative is aimed at supporting businesses to transition to a circular economy.

Some examples of equipment and technologies that may be funded include but are not limited to:

  • balers
  • briquette presses
  • bulk bag stands and bulk bags
  • cardboard perforator
  • commercial worm farms
  • compactors
  • glass crushers
  • granulators
  • organics rapid decomposition units (where output is sent to a licenced composting facility)
  • plastic injection moulders
  • shredders
  • smart scales and other food waste monitoring equipment
  • source separation bins, wheelie bins, skip bins and other bin equipment – with bin signs and stickers
  • trolleys to transport waste and maximise waste separation and diversion.

Businesses applying for the Rebates Program must:

  • have a commercial and industrial (C&I) waste service at a site in NSW
  • have a valid ABN and employ one or more full time employees in NSW, and
  • send C&I waste to landfill in NSW.

Businesses can include entities that are registered charities, not-for-profits, public entities (including schools and hospitals), and government organisations.

Last Updated: 24th of March 2024
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Illegal Dumping Prevention - Round 2 - Stream 4 UpcomingGrant Opens: 15th of July 2024 Closes: 30th of August 2024 - 5:00 pm Value: Up to $200,000 Run By: Environment Protection Authority Further Information: https://www.nsw.gov.au/grants-and-funding/illegal-dumping-prevention-grant-round-2-stream-4

These grants support the delivery of the NSW Illegal Dumping Prevention Strategy 2022-27 and contribute to two of the key focus areas of the strategy:

  1. Reducing kerbside illegal dumping activities ​
  2. Reducing public land and bushland illegal dumping activities

The four grants streams aim to support local government and state government agencies to:

  • gather baseline and ongoing data on the size of their illegal dumping problem
  • develop a business case for investment in illegal dumping prevention
  • proactively target localised illegal dumping issues
  • collaboratively address illegal dumping across land tenures
  • encourage entities to undertake illegal dumping prevention projects if they have not done so before

This is a new grant stream to run a collaborative project addressing illegal dumping across multiple land tenures for groups of organisations (including local councils, groupings of councils and state government agencies). Partners can include entities that do not manage public land such as community groups, Local Aboriginal Land Councils or charities, but the purpose of their participation must be to prevent dumping on public land.

Last Updated: 28th of February 2024
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