Introducing the Mercedes-Benz Actros 2653 into its fleet has shifted expectations for linehaul specialist ABS Transport. Not only has the European truck helped to facilitate major gains in fuel efficiency, it’s been instrumental in shaping a new mindset.
The first type-approved on-board mass systems marks a momentous shift towards greater accountability and safety, with productivity gains available, explains Transport Certification Australia’s Gavin Hill.
To help improve safety and performance for facility managers, Tennant Australia & New Zealand has unveiled its newest brand of automatic scrubbers.
When Regional Waste CQ needed to expand its waste management fleet to service a growing range of customers, the company turned to Palfinger to provide a solution.
With five years of research and development undertaken, Tyre Stewardship Australia is now turning its focus to the latest iteration of its market development fund – demonstration and infrastructure.
Waste Management Review talks to Jay Chirnside, General Manager at Kerfab, about the potential benefits of customised wheel loader attachments.
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.