REDARC actions waste management plan

In the last three months, more than 90 per cent of all waste generated by REDARC avoided going to landfill.

This development was made possible via an agreement between REDARC and Veolia.

“With Veolia managing REDARC’s waste, we have taken a step up the waste hierarchy pyramid with most of our waste now at least in the recovery stage,” REDARC said in a statement.

Veolia is reported to have more than 40 years of experience in Australia and New Zealand in water, waste, and energy management and also provides integrated environmental solutions across the heavy industry, commercial and municipal sectors.