Morbark’s latest horizontal grinder machine has debuted in the US at the Expo Richmond trade show with new features and upgrades.
In the first part of this two part series, Waste Management Review looks at the effect of rising energy costs across the waste industry, why it is happening and what can be done to manage it.
The Queensland Government has announced it will update its waste policy and introduce a landfill levy, but what policy changes are needed to drive progress? Toli Papadopoulos reports.
Research by Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology has found a potential new use for flexible plastics and glass fines in the construction of footpaths.
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union presents both challenges and opportunities for waste management. We speak to international expert Richard Cowell about its impacts.
Tim Cummins, Coordinator Recycling and Waste Management Bayside City Council, explains the challenges and opportunities for waste in the south-east Melbourne local government area.
Waste Management Review sat down with Dial A Dump Industries Managing Director Ian Malouf at Waste 2018 to discuss government policy and the status of the Next Generation proposal at Eastern Creek.
The 2018 AORA Annual Conference provided a significant opportunity to connect the agricultural sector and organics recycling industry.
Resource recovery specialist Repurpose It will use an Australia-first technology to help recycle residual glass from materials recovery facilities for civil construction.
Veolia’s Ben Sullivan, NSW Group General Manager, tells Waste Management Review about the company’s innovative virtual reality campaign and how raising community awareness has formed an integral part of its approach to infrastructure.