St Marys Major Project
reDirect Recycling are proposing an increase to the throughput of an existing resource recovery facility at 25 Dunheved Circuit, St Marys. The proposal will facilitate the processing of 150,000 tonnes of waste per annum, consisting of 110,000 tonnes of suitable waste wood/timber, 30,000 tonnes of plasterboard and 10,000 of non-ferrous metal. The processing of wood/timber waste involves minimising or shredding for re-use in the manufacture of particleboard among other uses. Plasterboard is processed to generate gypsum for re-use in plasterboard production or for agricultural uses.
reDirect Recycling is dedicated to working with local communities to ensure that all residents are kept well informed, and are currently engaging with the public to inform and improve on the final development before it is submitted to the Department of Planning and Environment for assessment.
The community will also have an opportunity to provide feedback during the formal exhibition period after the EIS is submitted to the Department. The EIS will be exhibited for a minimum of 30 days.
Please see further information in relation the St Marys Project below:
- NSW Planning Project Page
- reDirect St Marys Project Factsheet (PDF file)
- Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment- RRF 25 Dunheved Circuit, St Marys (PDF file)
- DoPIE Issued SEARs (PDF file)