Ecocycle featured on inside waste

Details about Ecocycle’s partnership with Total Waste Management (TWM) in Papua New Guinea was recently featured on Inside Waste.

The article talks about how Ecocycle has partnered with TWM to reverse the historically negative story of international transfers of toxic waste.

“With appropriate licenses from the environment protection agencies in both countries, Ecocycle will take mercury-containing waste collected by TWM, primarily fluorescent lighting, and process it in its facilities in Melbourne,” the article reads.

“In the longer-term, CMA plans to install a lighting ecycling plant in Port Moresby, PNG. Ecocycle will also provide training, with the plant to be operated by TWM.”

Read the full article here.

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