We create Recycling Pathway Strategies

We rethink, innovate, reuse, and regenerate redundant inventory and materials in commercial fit-outs and refurbishment projects, extracting the resource value to recycle, re-divert, and revert “waste” away from landfill.

By investing time and effort with Revert Group, we can create better waste management solutions through a Recycling Pathway Strategy.


Our sustainable waste solutions for the construction & demolition industry help reduce the environmental impact through our waste-to-product solutions.

we aim to achieve:

90% recycling outcomes through our waste-to-product solutions

Working with us


We collaborate with our clients to design best-fit solutions that unlock value from office fit-out and refurbishment inventory and materials.


We develop and grow strong partnerships, investing in R&D to create new products, resource materials, and filaments from “waste”.


We help our Clients align in environmental sustainability strategies: being part of the solution


We consult and plan at the pre-construction phase of projects to adopt a Recycled Pathway Strategy.


Environmental sustainability is an integral part of our business and we achieve this through compliance with statutory requirements, codes, standards, and guidelines.

Greenstar Support.

Our accredited internal Greenstar team can provide the necessary support required throughout your Greenstar project assisting with any sustainability requirements relating to waste and recycling materials from site.

Fast facts

As “Australia is working to meet or beat 90% recovery rate of waste by 2030”, closing the loop and becoming more circular in our ways of working is more important than ever.

The building and construction industry has an extensive overall direct and indirect effect on the environment. Waste from construction and demolition can be sold directly or used in new products construction or energy production for example; reusable aggregates, bitumen, brick, cardboard, concrete, metals, mineral wool, and wood.

When these building materials end up in landfills, they can cause all kinds of serious environmental problems. That includes contaminated soil, polluted waterways, impacted wildlife and plants, and even drinking water pollution. These are just some of the reasons why building waste needs to be recycled.

In 2020–21 about 25.2 million tonnes of building and demolition wastes were generated. This is about a 25% increase from 2016–17.

– source National Waste Report 2022

Australia produces around 76 million tonnes of waste every year, a number that is increasing

– source National Waste Report 2022

Construction creates 16.8% of Australia’s total annual waste. The construction industry produces the second largest amount of waste by industry behind manufacturing.

– source National Waste Report 2022

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