wasteVeolia Environmental Services is proposing to develop a new general solid waste rail transfer facility in  Banksmeadow – accessed via Beauchamp.

Up to 500,000 tonnes of waste per annum will be received at the facility, with mixed household and commercial waste containerised for transfer to Veolia’s site at Woodlawn by rail for treatment and resource recovery, and any recyclable material consolidated and transferred to Veolia’s proposed new recycling facility in Camellia.

Details of the proposal at the Department of Planning 

Requests from EPA, Randwick Council, Sydney Ports, Botany Council and ARTC.    Note that this development would require an EPA licence.  Haven’t we got enough EPA licensed activities in this area.  To be truly sustainable this should be placed at a location where the total distance travelled by garbage trucks is the lowest.

SCOPE OF WORKS FROM VEOLIA  Note:

Veolia and the Southern Sydney Region of Councils (SSROC) have entered into a
Memorandum of Understanding for the provision of an Advanced Waste Treatment
service, and the proposed development forms part of this solution.

 

Veolia

 

 

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