Consultation is now closed
Public consultation on the Cleaning Up Our Act: Redirecting the Future of Plastic in NSW discussion paper is now closed.
Thank you for your feedback on the future of plastics in New South Wales. We had 16,092 public submissions on the discussion paper is between 8 March – 8 May 2020.
The submissions and targeted feedback will be used to develop the final NSW Plastics Plan.
If you have questions, please contact the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment on 131 555 or email@example.com.
Why it matters
A discussion on the future of plastic
Growing recognition of plastic’s impact on our environment and human health means we need a comprehensive and bold plan to address this important issue.
Our discussion paper, Cleaning Up Our Act: Redirecting the Future of Plastic in NSW lays the ground work for making NSW a national and global leader in the management of plastics. It sets targets to reduce the amount of plastic we generate, increase recycling rates, reduce plastic pollution and make NSW a global leader in plastic research and solution development.
The NSW Government consulted with the community and stakeholders between 8 March - 8 May 2020. Your views on the targets and priority directions proposed in the discussion paper are highly valued and will inform the development of the NSW Plastics Plan.
We sought your feedback on proposals to:
Phase out key single-use plastics
Triple the proportion of plastic recycled in NSW across all sectors and streams by 2030
Reduce plastic litter items by 25% by 2025
Make NSW a leader in national and international research on plastics
Consultation is now closed
Public consultation on the discussion paper is now closed.
Thank you for your feedback on the future of plastics in New South Wales.
All submissions will now be reviewed and analysed. This feedback will inform the development of the final NSW Plastics Plan.
Please note, your feedback on Cleaning Up Our Act: Redirecting the Future of Plastic in NSW may include ‘personal information,' including your name, address, email, internet protocol address and any other personal information contained in your feedback.
The Department may publish all or part of your feedback on its website, on its online consultation platform or in a consultation report. In providing us with your feedback, you consent to the Department publishing all or part of your submission. If you would like all or part of your feedback to be withheld from publication, please let us know when making your feedback.
If you send us an email, we will record your email for the purpose of responding to you.
All information held by the Department is subject to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.