Molino Stewart recently undertook an independent environmental compliance audit of the Orange City Council Waste Project. The audit is required by conditions in the development consent to be conducted every five years following its commencement in 2013. The audit reviewed the projects’ performance via systems, records, procedures and site observations in relation to the conditions of the original development consent, Orange City Council’s statements of commitment and the relevant environment protection licences for the two project sites, Ophir Road Resource Recovery Centre and Euchareena Road Resource Recovery Centre. The audit was conducted in accordance with the AS/NZS ISO 19011 Australian/New Zealand Standard: Guidelines for quality and/or environmental management systems auditing and the Independent Audit Post Approval Requirements (Department of Planning and Environment 2018). The audit considered a total of 412 conditions or statements of commitment.