What is the Australian Council of Recycling?
Established in 1983, the Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR) is the peak industry body for recycling in Australia.
The Australian recycling sector is a $19 billion industry that provides over 94,000 jobs while also generating exceptional environmental benefits. The recycling sector connects with almost every household, business and government entity in the country, either directly or indirectly.
ACOR’s membership is represented across the recycling value chain, and includes leading organisations in advanced chemical recycling processes, CDS operations, kerbside recycling, recovered metal, glass, plastics, paper, textiles and e-product reprocessing and remanufacturing, road recycling and construction and demolition recovery.