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Landfills are an essential component of Australia’s waste management system – providing a final disposal solution for waste that cannot be recovered. A modern landfill is a highly engineered and regulated pit in the ground that is divided into “cells”. Each cell is carefully engineered to maximise compaction and eliminate potential environmental impacts.

Footprint 2025

Footprint 2025: 2020 and beyond

Planning for a bigger Australia and the increased demand for waste services is the focus of Cleanaway’s Footprint 2025 strategy. ...
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Digital first: data for a sustainable future

Cleanaview puts customers in the driver’s seat with its portal-to-waste data
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Editorial: Who's in charge of sustainability?

January 2019: Get set for sustainability
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Recovering resource from a state-of-the-art landfill

The Banksia Road landfill is the only facility of its kind in Australia that can take titanium tailings, a by-product ...
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What is PFAS?

Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS, are a group of man-made chemicals that are resistant to heat, water, ...
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Don’t open your café before reading these 7 tips

There are plenty of guides about what you need to do before opening a café or restaurant, but don't miss ...
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Footprint 2025

Footprint 2025: 2019 and beyond

In 2017, Cleanaway launched Footprint 2025, our roadmap to ensure Australia has the right infrastructure in place to support growing communities to ...
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Curing concrete cancer in a bridge

Seven piers on Fennel Bay bridge were showing signs of concrete deterioration and required remediation. The issue was discovered early, ...
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