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Location

Location:

Northern Territory, Australia

Type

Investment type:

Private sector led - greenfield

Sector

Sector:

Circular economy

Status

Project status:

Conceptual

Cost

Project status:

Variable dependent on product and scale

The Opportunity

Opportunities to commercialise waste streams in the Territory are available, including:

  • Paper: up to 15,000 tonnes per annum in the greater Darwin region.
  • Plastics: up to 30,000 tonnes per annum across a variety of plastic types.
  • Glass: up to 8,000 tonnes per annum outside of the Container Deposit Scheme.
  • Tyres: car, small truck and bus tyres of 3,500 tonnes per annum with larger volumes located in remote mining and earthmoving activities.

Why the Territory

Grants available now

Grants are available to support investment in the circular economy. The NT Recycling Modernisation Fund Grant will be open for applications from 4 April to 30 May. $3.8 million in grants will be awarded in minimum requests of $50,000 on a 50:50 contribution basis for eligible projects.

Other grants available for businesses can be found at GrantsNT

Investment Facilitation support

Our team of dedicated investment facilitation staff can help set your business up in the NT. Some of the ways we can help your business:

  • Site identification and approvals
  • Assistance navigating development approvals including site, infrastructure and utilities requirements

Our investment facilitation team can assist your growth plans in the Territory. Contact us to discuss the above opportunities

Contact details

Claire George
Executive Director Investment Attraction
Investment Territory

Phone: +61 8 8999 5369
Email: investment@nt.gov.au

Disclaimer: This web page includes information provided by third parties. The information is general in nature and is for information purposes only. The Northern Territory Government makes no representation about the veracity or accuracy of information provided by third parties. You must rely on your own due diligence before proceeding. You should consider seeking independent professional advice.

Updated 27 April 2022