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EPA accepts offer of enforceable undertaking from SITA

29/10/2012 - SITA has been advised by EPA Victoria that their offer of an Enforceable Undertaking (EU) to address odour offences asserted by neighbours of the Hampton Park Resource Recovery Precinct has been accepted. 

Minister Annesley tours landfill that turns garbage into clean power

28/08/2012 - Minister for Sport and Recreation Minister Graham Annesley recently joined NSW Local Government Minister Don Page to tour one of the nation’s largest landfills – the New Illawarra Road Landfill at SITA’s Lucas Heights Resource Recovery Park, which generates enough electricity to power over 20,000 homes. Also on the tour with Mr Annesley was Member for Menai Melanie Gibbons and the member for Heathcote, Lee Evans.

SITA announces new team of neighbourhood champions

27/08/2012 - Advanced resource recovery specialist, SITA today announced the successful applicants for membership of the new Taylors Road Landfill Community Reference Group (TRL CRG). Replacing the original TRL Community Engagement Steering Committee that began in 2008, the revitalised CRG will continue the valuable work carried out by the original committee.

Cairns Advanced Resource Recovery Facility Temporary Shut Down For Maintenance Repairs

10/08/2012 - SITA announces the immediate and temporary shutdown of the SITA Organics Cairns Advanced Resource Recovery Facility in Portsmith, Cairns due to necessary maintenance repairs.

SITA wants community involvement

10/07/2012 - Community groups, neighbours and individuals in the vicinity of the Taylors Road Landfill (TRL) in Lyndhurst, Victoria are encouraged to participate in a new Community Reference Group (CRG) initiative. SITA is seeking 18 community members representing residents and local businesses who will be responsible for expressing the views of the neighbourhood and assist SITA communicate information to the wider community.

2,000 free trees for National Tree Day 2012

06/07/2012 - In the lead up to National Tree Day in July, SITA is giving away 2,000 native plants to interested groups that have registered a site for National Tree Day. Schools, councils, environmental and community groups in the locality of our Lucas Heights Resource Recovery Park are able to collect up to two hundred free native seedling trees and shrubs. 

Mission Australia gives new life to old mattresses destined for landfill

28/06/2012 - Thousands of old mattresses headed for the dump have been saved and recycled under a Mission Australia social enterprise aimed at protecting the environment and creating green jobs for disadvantaged and long-term unemployed people.

New Website for Recycling & Waste Management Leader

26/03/2012 - Australia’s leading resource recovery, recycling and waste management specialist, SITA, has launched a brand new customer-focused website.

SITA Soil Processing Facility receives state government go ahead

20/01/2012 - Following more than three years of comprehensive research, planning and extensive consultation with the local community and the regulator, SITA has received the State Government permits to develop a soil processing facility to treat and recover contaminated soil at its Taylors Road Landfill in Dandenong South.

Recycle your Christmas tree and start the New Year off Green (VIC)

12/01/2012 - The fresh, pine smell of a live Christmas tree is one of the real treats of Christmas.  But, if you celebrated the festive season with one you are now probably wondering how to responsibly dispose of it.  Rather than letting it drop its needles, creating mess in your home, or have it rot in the backyard, why not turn it into useful mulch?
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