More recycling from NSW households could reduce taxes by up to $250 million per year or some $100 per
household, according to the Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR).

Speaking at the Keep NSW Beautiful “Sustainable Cities Seminar” and at the NACRO Annual Conference, ACOR CEO Pete Shmigel said recovering more household material for recycling meant less going to landfill where it can be charged up to $140 per tonne by the NSW Government waste levy.

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