As the exclusive agent for Godswill balers in Australia and New Zealand, Marcus Corrigan of Material Recovery Solutions details the company’s approach to robust and high-throughput bailing.
A Queensland-first sustainable wastewater treatment plant at the $53.7 million Cedar Grove Environmental Centre (CGEC) is now operational.
The New Zealand Government has declared six new ‘priority products’ to be regulated under product stewardship schemes.
A new joint venture between Tyrecycle and Kariyarra Contracting will specialise in end-of-life off-the-road mine-site tyre processing within Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Yume, an online marketplace for high quality surplus food, has teamed up with SUEZ to offer food manufacturers an option to get a financial return on surplus products.
Australia’s largest delivery network has achieved its 2020 environmental targets, reducing carbon emissions by 25 per cent and diverting 100,000 tonnes of material from landfill.
Refund point operators and processors taking part in the McGowan Government’s new container deposit scheme will receive more than $830,000 in financial assistance.
Infrastructure Victoria’s Elissa McNamara explains how Victoria could recover up to 90 per cent of its waste if $1 billion is spent on recycling infrastructure in the next two decades. Brittany Coles reports.
Turmec CEO Brian Thornton discusses the company’s latest innovation in eddy current separation.
In late June, Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) launched a new Strategic Plan 2020-2023. Mapped against the United Nations Sustainable Development goals, the plan seeks to strengthen TSA’s role in the sustainable management, recycling and productive use of end-of-life tyres.