RebusJ
Sustainability

 

Sustainability is all about innovation – it’s about doing business smarter as much as it is about corporate social responsibility.

Smart companies treat sustainability as a new frontier – and innovation is the key to transforming the competitive landscape.

RebusJ can assist you to become more innovative, competitive and pioneering while also yielding strong returns - and improved environmental and social outcomes along the way.​

Waste to Energy
Waste to Energy

Grant Applications
Grant Applications

Sustainability Standards
Sustainability Standards

Waste to Energy
Waste to Energy

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The use of alternative fuels and renewable energy can be a beneficial step for business...

RebusJ is able to assist you in researching, compiling and writing your grant or funding application, particularly in relation...

An effective sustainability report is a key platform for a business to communicate performance and impacts...

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Energy from waste and recyclable materials is the process of generating energy, heat or fuels such as oils, methane, ethanol...

HAZOP Facilitation

Qualified HAZOP leaders provide you with advice, coordination and facilitation during planning, construction and operational phases.

Sustainability Standards

Increasingly consumers are demanding compliance to sustainability standards and companies are adopting third party...

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In the News...

05 Aug 2018

EPA VIC consider application for $12M waste to energy facility

Resource Resolution Pty Ltd has applied to establish a $12 million commercial food waste processing facility which has the capability of producing biogas for energy.  The proposed facility would process 30,000 tonnes of liquid food waste a year and produce 2.4 megawatts of power.

01 Aug 2018

CEFC and Sacyr target landfill and emissions with innovative solutions for green waste

A new mechanical and biological treatment plant will treat organic waste produced by eight Melbourne councils, substantially reducing landfill and emissions.

30 Jul 2018

The Distributed Energy Revolution

In the decades to come, it is increasingly clear that as well as being renewable, the future of Australia’s energy generation is going to be small-scale and highly distributed.

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