Brentwood shredding away all barriers to growth

Growth is projected for the waste and recycling industry in Australia and as it moves along this trajectory, one company in Unanderra, New South Wales, is particularly confident it can provide quality machinery for recycling. By mid-2024, when the full waste export ban comes into effect, Australia must recycle around 645,000 additional tonnes of waste plastic, paper, glass and tyres each year.1 This means demand for recycling infrastructure will grow substantially. For Graham Badman, Managing Director of Brentwood Recycling Systems in Unanderra, near Wollongong, that vision justifies why his family business made the switch to design, supply and manufacturing of recycling equipment and turn-key recycling plants nearly 40 years ago. Read More