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To provide feedback on environmental matters, freecall 1800 ENV REP (1800 368 737).

NSW Waste Acceptance & Charges Brochure

Your guide to recycling charges, opening hours and waste acceptance criteria at our NSW Resource Recovery...



Site Tours

Site visits are a key learning tool that helps individuals, businesses and community groups understand the processes behind how we recover valuable resources from everyday 'waste' and sustainably manage the waste lifecycle.

Across Australia, SUEZ has a number of dedicated Education Centres and sites open for individuals, businesses and community groups to visit and explore.

Each tour is conducted by an experienced SUEZ guide who will give detailed insights into the world of resource recovery and waste management and can answer some of those tricky questions.

NSW - Engineered Landfill

SUEZ runs tours of two of its engineered landfill facilities in Sydney - the Wallgrove Road Landfill at Eastern Creek and the New Illawarra Road Landfill at Lucas Heights. Experienced SUEZ guides take visitors on a detailed tour of the sites, explaining how our landfills are built and operated, safety procedures, environmental management practices, and how landfills fit into the waste management cycle. These tours provide visitors a rare opportunity to have a first-hand look at what happens to residual waste. Tours of our Eastern Creek and Lucas Heights Resource Recovery Parks are provided free of charge for and on...

NSW - Kemps Creek Advanced Resource Recovery Facility

SUEZ's SAWT Advanced Resource Recovery Technology Facility at Kemps Creek is one of the first of a new generation of resource recovery facilities. At SAWT, organic and recyclable materials are removed from municipal (household) waste and used to create compost which can then be used in mine site rehabilitation, agriculture and forestry. Source separated food and garden organics are also processed at the SAWT facility creating high grade compost which can be used in horticulture, parks and gardens. The tour starts at the Elizabeth Drive Education Centre and takes you inside the facility to see the machinery...
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