Resource Recovery Industry Development Program: Expression of Interest – Stream ONE (Round Two)

Closed 20 Sep 2019

Opened 22 Aug 2019


The Queensland Government is committed to diverting waste from landfill and revolutionising our state’s recycling, resource recovery and biofutures industries. That’s why we’ve committed $100 million over three years to the Resource Recovery Industry Development Program (RRIDP).

This form is to express your interest in the $15 million available under Round Two of RRIDP Stream One, Resource Recovery Grants Fund. Stream One Round Two offers dollar-for-dollar capital grants of between $50,000 and $5 million for operators to fund new infrastructure or processing and technological capabilities. Stream One Round Two grants will be awarded following a two-stage, rounds-based competitive process.

Only one application will be accepted per applicant, including where the applicant is the lead applicant for a joint application.

How to complete this form

  • Read the guidelines that accompany this application form first.
  • A printable copy of the application form is available to help you prepare. Your final submission must still be submitted through this online form.
  • It is recommended that you prepare your responses offline and save a copy then copy and paste the responses into the online form.
  • Complete Parts A, B, C and D and submit by 5 pm on 20 September 2019.
  • Answer all the mandatory questions in this form.
  • Save each page as you move through the online form.
  • The department may request additional information to support the evaluation process.
  • Your final submission must still be completed through the online form.
  • To submit your application, you will need to complete and upload the project data template
  • If you have any questions or are unsure about your eligibility you can contact the RRIDP program team on 13 QGOV or at

If you need assistance preparing your application please contact the RRIDP team through the details on this page, or speak with the regional office nearest to your project site.

What Happens Next

  • EOI submissions will be assessed against the eligibility criteria set out in Section 2.4 of the Program Guidelines and applicants notified by email as to whether their project will or won't progress to the detailed application stage.
  • Applicants invited to participate in the detailed application stage will have four weeks to complete and submit an online application with the required supporting documentation.  Please note that an invitation to submit an application does not mean that your application will be funded.
  • All applications will be scored in a competitive, merit-based process against the eligibility and assessment criteria.  Potential applicants are advised to consult Section 2.7 of the Program Guidelines for further information regarding the detailed application stage.


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