• MEDIA RELEASE – Working together for a sustainable future

    Through their participation in a regional collaborative tender for kerbside waste and recycling services, twelve councils and alpine resorts across the Hume region are taking an important step towards reducing material to landfill, supporting a sustainable regional circular economy and driving economic growth. A Request for Tender has been released this week which will cover […]

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  • Request for Tender – waste and recycling services

    The North East and Goulburn Valley Waste and Resource Recovery Groups are proud to be supporting twelve (12) councils and alpine resorts in the Hume region with a regional collaborative Request for Tender for waste and recycling services, as part of the ‘Resource Recovery Collective – Hume’. The Request for Tender includes the collection, transport […]

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  • Recycling Victoria – 1 July 2022

    From 1 July 2022, GVWRRG staff will transfer to Recycling Victoria to deliver the functions of RV including building capacity and supporting best practice procurement and contract management for councils. Our work will continue under Recycling Victoria as Victoria’s waste and recycling sector regulator. Our staff will be doing the same work, under a different […]

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  • Waste and Resource Recovery Briefing

    A recent Waste and Resource Recovery Briefing was an opportunity for Local Government representatives to come together and continue their preparation for major waste and recycling reforms to be implemented as part of  the Victorian Government’s Recycling Victoria: a new economy policy. Local Government waste and resource recovery leaders from across the Goulburn Valley region […]

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  • New funding to inspire low-waste communities

    New funding is available for Victorian councils and community organisations to explore innovative ways to reduce waste and use resources to their full potential. As we look to the future, action is needed at every scale. These grants delivered under the Victorian Government’s Recycling Victoria policy are worth more than $11 million. They will support charities, social enterprises, community […]

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  • Residents encouraged to share how they manage textile waste

    We are seeking to better understand how residents and businesses manage textile waste in the home and workplace through an online community survey, open until midnight Monday 15 February 2021. The survey results will be used to help develop a pilot waste avoidance program that will aim to reduce textile waste in the region. Textile […]

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  • Have your say – Victoria’s container deposit scheme (CDS)

    The Victorian Government is introducing a container deposit scheme (CDS) to increase beverage container recycling and reduce litter in Victoria. Community consultation is currently open and provides an opportunity for the Victorian public to provide feedback on the scheme’s design and how it should operate. The consultation period closes 11.59pm Monday 30 November 2020. A […]

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  • New Waste Act and Authority proposed model – public submission period open

    Victoria’s waste and recycling system has experienced significant market shocks in recent years, highlighting the vulnerability of this essential service relied on by all Victorians. To address these issues and to move towards a more circular economy, the Victorian Government released Recycling Victoria: A new economy in February this year. The policy and action plan […]

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  • Staying Apart Keeps Us Together

    Victoria is stepping up coronavirus (COVID-19) testing to help find and isolate cases quickly. Getting tested means you keep yourself, your friends, family, workplace and your community safe. If you have any of these symptoms, no matter how mild, you must get tested and stay home: – Fever, chills or sweats – Cough – Sore […]

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  • Disposing of household waste that may have had contact with COVID-19

    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has provided information on how to safely dispose of household waste that may have had contact with COVID-19. COVID-19 is spread from person to person most likely through: • close contact with an infectious person • contact with droplets from an infected person’s cough or sneeze; or • touching objects […]

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