Waste Management Review investigates the impact on waste management developments in Ipswich when the Queensland Government planning minister exercised his powers.
Waste Management Review speaks to business insurers RSM Group and the Victorian Waste Management Association about how the waste sector should respond to the difficult insurance market.
In part two of Waste Management Review’s energy series, we look at the feasibility of waste to energy in reducing a business’ power costs.
Australia’s worst drought on record paved the way for new technologies in recycled water, but how should authorities deal with the mix of products and services? Toli Papadopoulos reports.
How can waste management sites protect themselves from urban encroachment? Waste Management Review speaks to SUEZ, Alex Fraser and Sustainability Victoria about the issue.
Waste Management Review speaks to Alex Serpo, Policy Officer at the National Waste and Recycling Industry Council, about the harmonised government policy required to grow the waste and recycling industry.
Smart bins provide data for councils and businesses to maximise efficiencies and improve public health. They could also be one of the keys to building a smart city. William Arnott reports.
A group of chemicals called PFAS have flown under the radar for years but could be dangerous. Waste Management Review reports on the new national PFAS management plan and its effects on the landfill industry.
The South Australian Government implemented its container deposit legislation 40 years ago. Now that other states are following suit, what lessons can be learnt from SA?
The organisers of the 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation highlight their multipronged approach to sustainability, waste management and recycling.