Video of The Energy from Waste: Morwell Information Centre Official Opening.
Opal Australian Paper supports the Victo0rian Government’s announcement that it will establish a significant new plantation industry in Gippsland.
Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. (Nippon Paper) has announced an agreement with Orora Limited to acquire its Australia and New Zealand fibre packaging division.
Opal Australian Paper and SUEZ have joined forces with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) as an important next step towards a $600 million Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in the Latrobe Valley.
Opal Australian Paper is pleased to announce a partnership with Mainstream Aquaculture and the Victorian Government to conduct a $1.24 million feasibility study to the viability of constructing a state of the art, indoor aquaculture facility, to farm barramundi in the Latrobe Valley.
Opal Australian Paper is pleased to confirm that following a successful VCAT process, EPA Victoria has issued an amended Works Approval for its Energy from Waste (EfW) proposal. The Works Approval is a key component of the proposed $600 million plus EfW facility to be located at Maryvale Mill in the Latrobe Valley.
Opal Australian Paper has released the key findings from its $7.5 million Energy from Waste (EfW) feasibility study, co-funded with support from the Victorian and Australian Governments, which confirms that an EfW facility at the Maryvale Mill would be socially, economically, environmentally, and commercially viable.
Australia’s only local office paper manufacturer has welcomed the decision by the Minister for Industry, Science & Technology to accept the Anti-Dumping Commission’s (ADC) final recommendations relating to the dumping of A4 copy paper in the Australian market.
The combined EfW plant operations and construction are estimated to make significant contributions to both the Victorian and Latrobe Valley economies and help Australian Paper improve its social and economic contribution to its employees and the communities in which it operates.
Opal Australian Paper Maryvale is one of the largest employers in the Latrobe Valley with approximately 850 full time employees. When flow on effects are taken into account, we support 2,387 jobs and contribute $451 million to the economy of the Latrobe Valley region.