At Resource Recovery Australia, our commitment to a sustainable future goes beyond just waste management – it’s about transforming lives through our not-for-profit purpose, #WASTE2WAGES.
As a social enterprise, we are dedicated to transforming waste into meaningful employment opportunities, providing our team with more than just a job.
#WASTE2WAGES is centred around empowerment, ensuring that our team not only earns a regular, livable wage but also receives continuous support for personal and professional growth. We believe in building skills that extend beyond the workplace, nurturing careers and individuals alike.
By supporting Resource Recovery Australia and #WASTE2WAGES, you are contributing to the ongoing training and development of our team. These opportunities include essential skills training in areas such as merchandising and customer service, as well as qualifications like test and tag, forklift licensing, and truck licensing.
A job with Resource Recovery Australia is more than just a means of earning a living; they are meaningful roles that allow our team to connect with our community and make a positive impact on the environment every day. Through #WASTE2WAGES, we are not just transforming waste – we are transforming lives.
Your continued support plays a crucial role in the success of #WASTE2WAGES and our not-for-profit purpose. It enables us to create a sustainable cycle of employment, training, and community engagement. We extend our heartfelt thanks for standing by us and being a part of our journey.
Thank you for supporting #WASTE2WAGES, where every effort counts towards building a better future for individuals, communities, and the environment. Together, we are making a difference.
Resource Recovery Australia’s Consulting Triumphs: Unveiling Waste Diversion and Community Potential
RRA’s Consulting Services utilises our operational expertise from over 32 years of our #WASTE2WAGES model to build systems and capacity to divert waste from landfill
This Christmas, as you search for the perfect gifts for your loved ones, consider breaking the stigma and making a positive impact with second-hand treasures
At Reviva and Resource Recovery Australia, we’re big advocates for reuse, buying second hand, and recycling. We believe that everyone has a role to play
In an effort to foster a more inclusive and culturally sensitive work environment, Community Resources (RRA’s parent organisation) recently organised a comprehensive Aboriginal and Torres
Anthena Huynh is a Team Leader on Resource Recovery Australia’s Mobile Community Recycling Service which operates in the Cumberland, Parramatta and Blacktown local government areas.