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Figure 10: The proportions of asbestos waste generators, transporters and receivers who managed specified quantities of asbestos waste, Qld, 2000 to 2013, and the proportions of the total waste tonnage they managed 17
Figure 11: A comparison of asbestos waste quantities and levy rates for asbestos and for industrial waste, Victoria, 1996 to 2014 29
Figure 12: Asbestos disposal facilities at transfer stations in Victoria (left) and Tasmania (right) 33
Figure 13: Key differences in jurisdictional controls over asbestos waste 35
Figure 14: Landfills accepting asbestos in New South Wales and ACT 37
Figure 15: Landfills accepting asbestos in Northern Territory 38
Figure 16: Landfills accepting asbestos in Queensland 40
Figure 17: Landfills accepting asbestos in South Australia 41
Figure 18: Landfills accepting asbestos in Tasmania 42
Figure 19: Landfills accepting asbestos in Victoria 43
Figure 20: Landfills accepting asbestos in Western Australia 44
Abbreviations & glossary
Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification codes