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Million dollar waste and recycling facility for the Pilbara

Date posted: 5 March 2014

Transpacific Industries Group subsidiary Cleanaway has partnered with Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation to build a $17.5 million waste management facility in the Pilbara region to service the growing waste and recycling needs of the resource industry.

The state-of-the-art waste management facility will have the capability to collect and process large commercial quantities of solid and liquid waste. Cleanaway General Manager Gavin Denness said its strong relationship with the Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation enabled Cleanaway to build the much needed waste and recycling management facility on Indigenous land to service the Pilbara’s resource industry.

Ngarluma Aboriginal Corporation CEO, Paul Stenson, said the relationship was a significant milestone as it allowed the creation of a partnership which would benefit both Ngarluma people and the broader Pilbara community.

Construction of Cleanaway’s Karratha waste and recycling management facility will commence in early 2014.

Source: Ferret

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Last updated: 4 March 2014
 
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