24-25 Jul 2024

Providing Expert Waste Truck Solutions: STG at AWRE 2023

May 31, 2023 Event News

According to the National Waste Report 2022, Australia has generated an estimated 75.8 million tonnes of waste – a direct result of the increase in waste generation in the past 15 years.

In the complete scope of the waste management cycle, it is important to understand that the efforts to reduce, prevent, and recycle waste are directly correlated with waste collection.

In a LinkedIn post, Ross Yendle, the Chief Executive Officer of STG, stated that there is a lack of waste truck manufacturers in Australia. The shortage of supplies can lead to delays and interruptions in waste collection and even waste contamination that can result in many environmental hazards such as creating a breeding ground for bacteria that can lead to an increase in disease transmission. With these challenges posed, STG stepped up to these challenges to bridge the gap between waste generation and waste collection.

STG has established itself as one of Australia’s industry leaders in truck manufacturing and innovations, with over 30 years of experience under its belt. Now, they are bringing the same knowledge and expertise as they enter the waste sector to offer a world-class and innovative fleet of waste trucks. The goal is to positively impact waste management efforts by turning inaction into actionable solutions through the line of waste truck offerings designed to bridge the gap between systematic waste collection. STG works with different waste management solution providers to co-create trucks that meet the specific requirements of waste management companies for them to serve their customers better.


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One of the companies that STG has recently worked with is North West Alliance (Joint Venture with Emu Nest and Veolia) Karratha and Port Hedland. The company offers waste management solutions and various industrial services in the Pilbara region. Being a provider of waste management solutions and services, they needed two trucks that can be used for their front lift services in local areas and major clients like Yarra, Woodside, Rio Tinto, and Santos. NWA Karratha discovered STG through a referral by Veolia who has been STG’s customer since 2020.

Other customers for STG’s waste trucks includes NTRS (Darwin), Mckrob Holdings (Chinchilla), E&E Waste (Goondiwindi), MT Bins, NPARC Council, Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Council and several others.

Entering the waste management sector, STG has been committed to creating more value and innovation through its trucking solutions to ensure that Australia achieves the best possible solution in waste management. This has been made possible by waste trucks that have been thoughtfully built with the needs of their users in mind, along with the incorporation of the latest technological advancements to ensure safety and efficiency. A couple of waste trucks in spotlight that will also be brought to AWRE (Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo) 2023 are The Tusk, The Bandit, and HDV6000.

The Tusk

STG’s Front Loader Trucks are known for their versatility and effectiveness in industry waste removal. Its automated features boast safety and efficiency for labour-intensive industrial waste collection.

STG Global's "The Tusk"


The Bandit

STG’s Side Loader Trucks are made especially for domestic waste collection. With its automated features, labor costs are reduced, making it easy to use and manoeuvre.

STG Global's "The Bandit"


STG’s vacuum excavation trucks are designed to make earthmoving and waste management in domestic or commercial construction safer and less labour intensive.

STG Global's "HDV6000"


STG has partnered with AWRE as its gold sponsors to reach more industry experts and to exhibit to them what STG has to offer. See the trucks in action in booths G36 and F36 on July 26-27, 2023, at ICC Sydney and get a chance to speak with the people behind the trucks!


Click here to register today or you may reach out to STG through their website, Facebook, and LinkedIn.


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