NSW CONTAINER DEPOSIT SCHEME: Independent Assurance Reporting is a regulatory requirement

March 14, 2019

Centium can assist you to meet your annual reporting requirements by providing the services of an EPA recognised Assurance Auditor.

If you operate a material recovery facility (MRF) and participate in the NSW Container Deposit Scheme, the EPA require you to provide an independent assurance report to accompany your Annual Recycling Statement (ARS). 
 
The EPA require the assurance report to be completed by an EPA recognised Assurance Auditor.  Centium can provide the services of EPA recognised Assurance Auditors, to enable you to meet your annual reporting requirements.
 
Reports must be submitted to the Scheme Coordinator and the EPA within 60 calendar days of 30 June each year. However this year, the EPA provided all MRF operators an extension.


If you have not complied with the above EPA requirements, you must act immediately!

Centium Can Help

  1. We can provide you with the services of a fully recognised EPA auditor. 
  2. Whilst these types of audits are in their infancy, Centium have already completed these and therefore have a customised, proven methodology.
  3. Our Proposals are tailored to the specific needs and number of MRF's you operate.
  4. Broader Waste Management Facility (WMF) Audits can also be undertaken if you so choose.

Compliance ensures your revenue stream remains unaffected. The smooth operation of MRF’s encourage communities to reduce waste, beautify their neighbourhoods and be rewarded financially. It places you in the best position to grow the commercial activities that result from leveraging recyclables.

Call us on 1300 2378 100 or email info@centium.com.au to find out more and request an obligation-free consultation.

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