Waste Contractors
Recyclers Association of NSW

Earth Power Re-launch - April 2013
The EarthPower plant is designed to process four specific waste streams for the production of energy and nutrient rich fertilizer.  
These organic waste streams include; solid organic waste with maximum inorganic contamination of less than 5%; spade-able sludge; liquid wastes; and selected packaged wastes.
After a short closure to address upgrade and R&M issues, the plant was re-launched on 15th April, 2013, with WCRA Executive Director Tony Khoury acting as the MC for the days' proceedings

WCRA Executive Director, Mr Tony Khoury,
addressing the WCRA Convention 2011
The Hon. Ms Robyn Parker,
Minister for the Environment NSW
addressing the WCRA Convention 2011

Tony Khoury, Executive Director,
who has been responsible for WCRA since March 2003

WCRA Member Representatives at the 2009 AGM where the
Annual Report was tabled.
From left to right: Stewart Holmes, Mark Hughes, Harry Wilson, Glenn Horne, Ritchie Venn, Tony Khoury,Jim Perry, John Kernahan, David Harrison, Greg Turner and Glenn Gauslaa.

On the 8th December, 2009 WorkCover NSW launched an initiative to assist businesses in the Waste and Recycling Industry to improve OH&S outcomes.
Representatives of WorkCover, Members of WCRA, Allianz, Work Options and WCRA witnessed the signing of the formal partnership agreement

WCRA meeting in Canberra, 2nd July 2019, with the Federal Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction Trevor Evans.
Discussions included ideas for a national proximity principle & national waste levy portability.