Tellus Holdings Ltd’s Richard McAree explains how the company is contributing towards a cleaner Australia by developing a portfolio of geological repositories.
To help councils reduce risks and save funds, Mandalay Technologies is educating local government authorities on managing community waste collection vouchers.
With the construction of Hitachi Zosen Inova’s first Australian waste to energy plant, Waste Management Review explores the role of innovation in the budding sector.
Dealing with large-scale infrastructure projects in Melbourne has led to a need to minimise disruption by using non-destructive digging, but this approach is prompting new and innovative solutions to clean up the resulting waste.
NSW’s Albury City Council continues on its trajectory to being a leader in waste processing and minimisation thanks to several major investments in infrastructure, including the recent installation of a Tarpomatic Alternate Daily Cover System.
Since establishing 20 years ago, environmental consultancy EnviroCom Australia has partnered with more than 50 local government authorities to develop and deliver education campaigns by leveraging waste data.
Shred-Tech’s Justin Johns Explains how the company’s plant-based shredding and recycling systems can be customised to align with local laws, data protection and desired outputs.
CEMAC technologies’ Eric Paulsen tells Waste Management Review about the company’s suite of offerings, including shredders, which support Australia’s transition to a circular economy.
For the latest diagnostics, vehicle tracking and geofencing, businesses as dissimilar as SCT Logistics, with its road haulage for an extensive rail network and Australian Pacific Touring, which handles outback tours with built-for-purpose all-wheel trucks, rely on Mercedes-Benz Telematics. Both are uncovering data to help spike efficiencies now vital to the demands of their expanding operations.
Australian tyre recycler Tyrecycle is hoping to play an expanded role in the clean-up of legacy end-of-life tyre stockpiles across Australia through the expansion of its collection and processing capabilities.