A computer wallpaper that you bought at a garage sale can end up in the landfill.
It’s not just the pixels that can get thrown out, it’s also the material.
The Government’s National Recycling Strategy is designed to recycle items from the world’s most valuable commodity, copper, and use that to make the world a cleaner place.
But it’s not only the materials that can go to landfill.
As part of the Strategy, the Government has also announced the development of a “waste management system” to help businesses ensure their waste is recycled.
It is a system where businesses can request information about the amount of recyclable material they currently use and how many items they have to dispose of each year.
This will allow them to know if they will be using more recycled material in the future.
Topics:government-and-politics,environment,environmental-impact,environment-policy,coronavirus,business-economics-and/or-finance,environmentaustraliaFirst posted February 11, 2020 12:48:25Contact Paul FrewenMore stories from New South Wales