Marcus Geisler, WA Waste Authority Chairman, provides an update on reforms contained in the new Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Strategy 2030.
Waste Management Review examines some of the reasons why the Queensland Government’s waste levy was pushed back to 1 July 2019 and what it means for the industry going forward.
Waste Management Review looks at the draft NSW Asbestos Waste Strategy and its impact on recycling and materials recovery facilities.
The WA Government has revamped its waste strategy, with shared responsibilities across government, the business sector and community.
Waste Management Review Editor Toli Papadopoulos sat down with EPA Victoria and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning in late September to discuss what the new changes to the Environment Protection Act mean for waste industry regulation.
The NSW EPA introduced new guidelines for site auditors. Environmental lawyer Gavin Shapiro spoke with Waste Management Review about how they will affect the waste industry.
The Western Australian Government is reviewing its Waste Strategy. Waste Management Review looks at the changes required to create a level playing field for the sector.
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.
Victorian Government statutory authority Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group lays out its vision for the future of alternative waste treatment in Melbourne, providing updates on its progress.
The NSW Environment Protection Authority has released a draft set of minimum standards for the management of construction and demolition waste in the state. Waste Management Review investigates the implications.