The Round 3 Love Food Hate Waste grants have been awarded, with 10 NSW organisations sharing in more than $320,000 for projects aiming to reduce how much food is wasted each year.
The heads of the New South Wales, Queensland and Victorian industry associations have formalised their commitment to work together to promote a consistent voice on issues and offer advice for the benefit of their members.
Strengthening its product stewardship credentials on the technology it sells and its customers use, Telstra is heralding the success of its latest e-waste recycling program for small businesses, eCycle.
This year is the 20th anniversary of the Coffs Harbour Waste Conference. As a longstanding attendee and former presenter, Daniela Santucci shares her experiences and tells first-timers what to expect.
East Waste CEO Adam Faulkner provides an overview, his insights and opinions on the potential impact of South Australia’s Waste Strategy 2015–2020.
Skip bin and waste management services firm Bingo Industries is being helped through rapid expansion by a responsive working relationship with West-Trans Equipment.
As the amount of waste generated in urban India grows, the CEO of NOVONOUS says this could lead to a waste management market worth more than US$13 billion by 2025, presenting opportunities for investors and suppliers.
Biogass Renewables recently commissioned its first Australian bioenergy plan for Richgro Garden Products, which offset its client’s power costs while offering the potential for revenue from the outputs of biofertiliser, electricity, CO2 and heat.
30 May – 3 June 2016
IFAT is one of the leading international trade fairs for those working in waste, recycling and raw materials management. The event features over 3,000 exhibitors and attracts more than 130,000 visitors.