History

  • November 2013: Global Renewables changes ownership. More details here.
  • May 2013: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility awarded its first carbon credits under the Carbon Farming Initiative.
  • January 2013: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility has now saved more than 750,000 tonnes of waste from landfill.
  • April 2012: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility has now shipped over 200,000 tonnes of OGM to agriculture and rehabilitation.
  • August 2011: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility processes its millionth tonne of household waste.
  • July 2011: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility expands to 220,000 t/a.
  • November 2010: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility reaches 1/2 million tonnes CO2-e abated.
  • July 2010: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility expands to 195,000 t/a.
  • January 2009: Global Renewables becomes a private company.
  • November 2008: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility ships first load of plastic bags and film plastic as a separate product.
  • August 2005: Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility ships first load of compost to agriculture.
  • September 2004: The Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility achieves construction completion and commenced initial commissioning.
  • August 2003: Global Renewables achieves financial close of the 175,000 t/a Eastern Creek UR-3R Facility.
  • April 2000: Global Renewables is established after a 2 year period of intensive research and development effort to identify and develop the UR-3R Process®.