Waste Management Review speaks to RED Group’s Rebecca Gleghorn about the success of its soft plastics recycling program.
With one month to go until the new Chain of Responsibility changes kick in, Waste Management Review speaks to the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator about what it means for the waste sector.
When Cleanaway needed an efficient collection fleet to service its expansive City of Mandurah contract, it turned to a familiar favourite in IVECO.
Australian Landfill Owners Association Chief Executive Officer Colin Sweet highlights some of the potential loopholes that could see the interstate waste transport issue remain in Queensland, among numerous other financial and health risks for operators.
Mandalay Technologies’ Lacey Webb explains five key factors local government and private sector operators should account for when getting themselves ‘levy ready’ in Queensland.
The Victorian Government has announced it will ban e-waste to landfill on 1 July, 2019. William Arnott investigates how the ban will affect the state and what it means for the industry and local government.
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.