Recycling in these corners of the globe(5)
Feb. 06, 2018
Recycling in Oceania
With an overall recovery rate of 41%, Australia ranks 13th worldwide, and is
the second-ranked non-European country (after South Korea)
How can we explain this performance? The government's desire, since the
mid-2000s, to move from “full landfill” to maximum recovery by encouraging the
construction of state-of-the-art plants across its huge territory. It has also
rolled out numerous public information campaigns and pioneering initiatives.
Additionally, while systematic sorting of all forms of waste is not yet
mandatory, Australia was one of the first countries to recycle cigarette butts.
But it is still the only country in Oceania with such a proud record (the
recovery rate of its neighbouring islands rarely exceeds 5%).
We are specializing in producing waste to energy, such as waste transfer station project, vertical waste transfer station project, horizontal waste
transfer station project, composting project and so on. And we will do it