Sims Resource Renewal is genuinely committed to working in partnership with the communities in which we operate and beyond.
Genuine engagement and opportunity creation includes seeking ideas and feedback across all stages of the programme - from design and as part of the environmental / planning assessment processes - to the types of sustainability initiatives we deliver with our local communities to help create a world without waste to preserve our planet.
Jobs and industry development will be created through our programme in the local areas we operate, as will training and research opportunities brought on as a result of our investments in next generation technology.
When we say we are a partner for change, we mean it. Sims Resource Renewal is creating real opportunities for community involvement in our projects.
As part of our Campbellfield proposal, we are providing ongoing opportunities for involvement through a range of digital and more traditional engagement options. We have adapted our approach to address the current COVID-19 restrictions but look forward to having face-to-face sessions once restrictions are eased.
Our fourth virtual engagement event was held from 24 September to 8 October 2021. Visit the room to find out more about Sims Resource Renewal and what we are proposing at Campbellfield, and register below to be notified of the next virtual engagement event.
Our environmental assessments considered existing conditions and potential future conditions, in approximately a 2km radius around the location of the proposed facility. We looked at air quality, human health, noise, traffic, greenhouse gas emissions, waste, visual amenity, fire risk and management and safety management.
Please return to this page to receive ongoing updates about our engagement and communications activities as the programme and our Campbellfield facility and Rocklea pilot facility progress.