1. Australia could reap $328m a year if it treated recycling waste like coal – report  The Guardian
  2. Aussie recycling worth $328ma year  The North West Star
  3. Australia's rubbish recycling system is costing the country $324m a year  Daily Mail
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Australian households could have a new fourth bin to put out after a report found that recyclable products are being wasted in contaminated bins.Australian households could have a new fourth bin to put out after a report found that recyclable products are being wasted in contaminated bins.

Australia's rubbish recycling system is costing the country $324m a year | Daily Mail Online

If Australia treated recycling waste like iron ore or coal the nation could be $300 million better off each year. Instead, Australia makes just $4 million a y...If Australia treated recycling waste like iron ore or coal the nation could be $300 million better off each year. Instead, Australia makes just $4 million a y...

Aussie recycling worth $328m a year | The North West Star

“As Env Min I resisted blanket ban on use of single-use plastics. Plastics industry employs lakhs & the real problem is how we dispose & recycle waste. The ban will only grab headlines, home & abroad, and mask the Modi regime's true environmental record. https://t.co/p3f62d2ply”

Jairam Ramesh on Twitter: "As Env Min I resisted blanket ban on use of single-use plastics. Plastics industry employs lakhs & the real problem is how we dispose & recycle waste. The ban will only grab headlines, home & abroad, and mask the Modi regime's true environmental record. https://t.co/p3f62d2ply"

“Great day to be at the beach in Pacific City! Headlands Coastal Lodge is helping guests like Peggy Curtis clean up the beach with these recycled Barrel Bags. Fill one up with trash and get a free beer in return. Not a bad deal I say!”

Keely Chalmers on Twitter: "Great day to be at the beach in Pacific City! Headlands Coastal Lodge is helping guests like Peggy Curtis clean up the beach with these recycled Barrel Bags. Fill one up with trash and get a free beer in return. Not a bad deal I say!… https://t.co/D4TI9d2jQd"

“The next County Hazardous Household Waste & Electronics Recycling Event is Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Department of Public Works, 626 Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie. These popular events routinely fill up, so be sure to reserve your spot today! https://t.co/oW3PIEPCmI”

Marc Molinaro on Twitter: "The next County Hazardous Household Waste & Electronics Recycling Event is Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Department of Public Works, 626 Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie. These popular events routinely fill up, so be sure to reserve your spot today! https://t.co/oW3PIEPCmI… https://t.co/jT9a1PooOz"

“We can't simply recycle ourselves out of our waste crisis. We need a strong system to address it. Check out this @kcrw podcast to hear my answers to the most pressing Q's about SB54 & learn why I’m optimistic about the future of plastic & waste mgmt in CA https://t.co/xvlMIExgMO”

Ben Allen on Twitter: "We can't simply recycle ourselves out of our waste crisis. We need a strong system to address it. Check out this @kcrw podcast to hear my answers to the most pressing Q's about SB54 & learn why I’m optimistic about the future of plastic & waste mgmt in CA https://t.co/xvlMIExgMO"