Located near Goulburn in NSW, Woodlawn was once the site of an open cut mine which yielded reserves of zinc, copper and lead. Today, the old mine has been converted into one of the world’s largest purpose-built and deepest bioreactor landfills.
Using proven technologies and best practices from around the world, the Woodlawn bioreactor is a testament to successfully working with the local community to deliver a collaborative approach which benefits the interests of the community, the environment and industry.
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Banksmeadow Transfer Terminal
Veolia is proposing to develop a transfer terminal at Banksmeadow which will be capable of processing 500,000 tonnes of hard waste, commercial and residential waste per year and sending appropriate waste streams to Woodlawn and to Camellia for processing.
Prior to developing this project, we worked with local communities to ascertain the positive and any negative impacts which the facility will have on the area. Our purpose is to develop world class facilities which aid resource recovery, but which do so in such a way as to significantly improve the lives and environment of the communities within the Goulburn Mulwaree Shire and surrounding regions.
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Camellia Recycling Centre
Veolia is proposing to build on our resource recovery capabilities by redeveloping the Camellia Recycling Centre to also process mixed non-putrescible waste (i.e. no food waste). The proposed Camellia Recycling Centre would support the NSW Government’s targets in waste avoidance for Commercial and Industrial waste and lead to better outcomes for the environment through increased resource recovery and decreased waste to landfill.
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In support of both the Northern Territory and Federal Government’s initiative to achieve greater outcomes for our local environment through increased resource recovery and diversion from landfill, Veolia operates a mixed recycling and autoclave facility at Beaton Rd, the latter of which is capable of effectively treating quarantined waste from heavy industry.
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