MidWaste Regional Waste Forum delivers a range of valuable programs to our regional communities through our 6 dedicated member Councils. The projects that we undertake each year are a direct result of the MidWaste Regional Waste Strategy and Action Plan.
The NSW EPA provides MidWaste with funding to develop and implement projects based on our Regional Waste Strategy and Action Plan. MidWaste reports on the outcomes, achievements and resource recovery on an annual basis with progress updates on a quarterly basis. Additional funding is also sourced from specific grant programs as deemed appropriate and beneficial for our region.
Member Councils have flexibility regarding their level of involvement in MidWaste programs and projects, particularly those which involve capital and/or operational expenditure by their Council.
Consultation on specific actions and programs will be undertaken to ensure the outcomes of strategy projects meet community needs and expectations. Ongoing consultation with Councils and the community is important to understanding challenges in the region, to providing effective and meaningful programs, and to deliver successful regional waste management and resource recovery outcomes.
MidWaste 2014-2015 Annual Report.pdf
MidWaste 2015-2016 Annual Report.pdf
MidWaste 2016-2017 Annual Report.pdf
MidWaste 2017-2018 Annual Report.pdf
MidWaste 2018-2019 Annual Report.pdf
MidWaste 2019-2020 Annual Report.pdf
MidWaste 2020-2021 Annual Report.pdf
Regional Waste Avoidance & Resource Recovery Strategies
MidWaste Construction & Demolition Report
Download: 1916 - Midwaste C&D Report - 28Jan20 2B FINAL.pdf
Lunchbox Leftovers Report
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
The Waste Hierarchy sets up a framework for reducing our waste. For items you really do need to dispose of, you can help us reduce what goes to landfill by using the services you can find in these pages (or on your council website) available to ensure we can recycle or appropriately dispose of all materials.