Transfer stations are used for the temporary deposition of waste by collection vehicles, where it is often sorted to recover recyclables before being transported to specialised facilities for processing.
MRFs use manual and mechanical processes to sort and recover recyclable materials such as plastic, aluminium, glass, paper and cardboard, which are then baled and transported to be remanufactured as new products.
ORRFs convert raw organic waste such as urban-generated food and garden organics into specialist products including composts, mulches, garden soil and potting mixes, soil improvers and more.
ARRTs are specialised, technologically-advanced facilities that process general waste into compost for use in soil rehabilitation projects.
Our Alternative Fuels facility is the first of its kind in Australia, transforming waste into Processed Engineered Fuel (PEF) as a substitute for coal and gas in high combustion facilities.
Our specialised facilities enable the safe and secure treatment of hazardous medical waste in line with legislation, codes of practice and licensing requirements.
A sophisticated, highly engineered alternative to traditional landfill, smart cells® harness the biogas generated by waste to create renewable energy to power Australian homes and businesses.
Our C&D facilities process clean and mixed construction waste streams to remove the soil, aggregates, metal, timber, plastic to recycle them into road base, rubbles and fill products.
Across Australia, SUEZ operates dedicated Education Centres for schools, community groups and businesses interested in learning more about recycling, resource recovery and sustainable environmental practices.
RRFs are purpose-built to accept, process and transform waste into valuable resources for reuse in the economy.