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.
Joe Pickin, Director at Blue Environment, explains the challenges of improving the nation’s waste management data, with a new National Waste Report to be released this year.
How progressive is Australia compared with the rest of the world when it comes to actioning circular economy principles? Waste Management Review investigates.
Waste fires continue to be a problem at recycling facilities across Australia, but is there a solution to reducing the hazard?
GPS trackers have been introduced in NSW to monitor illegal waste transportation, but just how useful are they at tackling the costly problem?
Professor Graciela Metternicht, of the University of New South Wales, argues an opportunity exists to set a national standard for proper disposal and recycling of e-waste.