Waste Management Review looks at the lessons learnt from biosolids in the US and Australia to improve soil health and composting.
As Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam all move to crack down on waste imports, Australia and many global markets are now being faced with a need to look to their own domestic processing capabilities.
The European Union has taken steps to ban a number of single-use plastics from its member states. Waste Management Review looks at the implications of this and whether similar measures would be palatable in Australia.
Dynamic waste collection responds to the ever-changing amount of refuse by harnessing Internet of Things sensors to provide waste businesses with efficiencies.
New research has found waste from farms and agriculture can be turned into building supplies like bricks, insulation and panelling. Waste Management Review investigates its potential in Australia and abroad.
What effect, if any, will US President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs have on the global recycling market for steel and aluminium? Waste Management Review reports.
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.
With the United Kingdom steadily investing in waste to energy, Waste Management Review uncovers what lessons Australia could learn from UK projects.
ACMS Group’s Gerard Kissane explains the potential cost savings behind a new technology the company is trialling which will allow residents and commercial enterprises to schedule their collection services through social media.
Waste management cloud-based service Rubicon Global is worth more than $1 billion and has penetrated the US market, but is there potential for the company to reach Australia?