Australian Resource Recovery Pty. Ltd.

Status: Registered
Current name since: October 16, 1987
Name in the ASICs register: Australian Resource Recovery Pty. Ltd.
Australian Company Number: 010451742
Australian Business Number: 46010451742
Registration date: April 8, 1983
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
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Australian Resource Recovery Pty Ltd is a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. This corporation was registered on 1983-04-08 and was issued with the 010451742 ACN. Its Australian Business Number is 46010451742. Since 2000-03-15, the company is headquartered in QLD, post code 4132. Australian Resource Recovery Pty Ltd was registered for the GST on 2000-07-01. Australian Resource Recovery Pty Ltd has been using the Australia Resource Recovery trading name since 2000-03-15 (it needs to be noted that the Australian Business Register no longer collects or updates trading names). In total the company used 1 trading name. The above data comes from the ABN database which was updated on 2000-07-01.


Details for ABN 46010451742

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Active March 15, 2000 current

Main Name

Name From To
Australian Resource Recovery Pty. Ltd. May 30, 2000 current
Australian Resource Recovery P/l March 15, 2000 May 30, 2000

Trading Names

Name From To
Australia Resource Recovery March 15, 2000 current

Main Location

Location From To
QLD 4132 March 15, 2000 current

Goods & Services Tax (GST)

Status From To
Registered July 1, 2000 current


Company Patents

Patent Application Number: 1990053620

General information:

Old Application Number: 53620/90

International Patent Classification:

IPC Mark: C02F 3/30
Version date of the IPC Classification record: January 1, 2006
Section code: C - chemistrymetallurgy
Class code: 2 - treatment of water, waste water, sewage, or sludge
Subclass code: F - treatment of water, waste water, sewage, or sludge (processes for making harmful chemical substances harmless, or less harmful, by effecting a chemical change in the substances a62d0003000000; separation, settling tanks or filter devices  b01d; special arrangements on waterborne vessels of installations for treating water, waste water or sewage, e.g. for producing fresh water, b63j; adding materials to water to prevent corrosion c23f; treating radioactively-contaminated liquids g21f0009040000)
Main group code: 3 - biological treatment of water, waste water, or sewage
Subgroup code: 30 - aerobic and anaerobic processes
Mark type: First (ie Primary)
Classification level: Advanced
Classification code: Inventive
IPC Classification assigned/Application publish date: April 8, 2006
Classification type code: Reclassification
Classification source code: Machine using propagation

IP Australia process information:

Source code: PATADMIN
Patent classification type: Standard
Examination request date: August 21, 1990
Examination request filing date: November 29, 1990
Requested examination type: Full Examination Following Direction
First report issue date: April 18, 1991
Examination section: E
Expiry date: October 23, 2006
Earliest priority date: October 23, 1986
Effective patent date: October 23, 1986
Continue renew fee paid date: August 13, 1991
Patent in force to: October 23, 1992

Early terminations:

Application status: Lapsed
Reason description: Lapsed, Opi, Part C, Section 142(2)(E)
Published date: March 18, 1993

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