Grampians Central West Waste and Resource Recovery Group

Welcome to the Grampians Central West Waste and Resource Recovery Group website.

The Grampians Central West Waste and Resource Recovery Group (Grampians Central West WRRG) was formed on 1 August 2014.  The organisation is legislated under the Environment Protection Act 1970 (the Act) and is one of seven waste and resource recovery groups in Victoria established under the Act.

Grampians Central West WRRG is the link between state, local governments and industry and is responsible for facilitating a coordinated approach to the planning and delivery of infrastructure and services in the areas of municipal solid waste (MSW), commercial and industrial waste and commercial (C& I) and construction and demolition waste (C & D).

We have two offices, one located in Ballarat and one in Horsham to service our region. Our region consists of twelve local government areas extending from Moorabool Shire in the east to West Wimmera Shire in the west.

For more details about the role and functions of Grampians Central West WRRG please see our ‘About Us’ page.

Recent Updates

02/10/2017 in Garbage Queen says

Resource Re-Use

Many of us probably take recycling form granted these days. Certainly most people living in more urbanised environments have had the second bin or perhaps a tub earlier on for…

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25/09/2017 in Garbage Queen says

Produce Swaps

Produce Swaps are local gatherings where people exchange excess homegrown produce and gardening extras. Items may include fruit, vegetables, herbs, eggs, seeds, seedlings, gardening tips, jars, pots, magazines and worm…

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18/09/2017 in Garbage Queen says

Nappies; from disposable to recyclable

They have never been the most popular topic but nappies are a product that touches everyone’s life at some point. They have also become a significant waste problem ever since…

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11/09/2017 in Garbage Queen says

Love your leftovers

We know that food waste is a big problem everywhere and for a variety of different reasons. In Victoria, consumers (that is all of us) consistently waste around 25% of…

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