On the eve of Containers for Change’s second birthday, Ken Noye, Container Exchange CEO, looks back on the scheme’s achievements and shares what’s next for this recycling success story.
Waste Management Review speaks with Brad Gray, City of Canterbury-Bankstown Sustainable Future Manager, about the council’s innovative Eyes On It anti-dumping campaign.
Expanding the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) to include all electronic and electrical equipment (EEE) will help foster economies of scale, according to a new report from the Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform (ANZRP).
An independent policy discussion paper has recommended a better targeting of annual waste levies and a new Plastic Reduction Offset Scheme, to improve Australia’s chance of meeting ambitious national recycling targets.
Western Australians have returned more than 10 million containers since the state’s container deposit scheme, Containers for Change, launched 1 October.
When it comes to waste facility operations, what are some common customer concerns?
Chunxing Corporation has made an application to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) to review Latrobe City Council’s decision to deny a planning permit for its proposed used lead acid battery (ULAB) recycling facility.
Queensland’s Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) is investigating cost savings that could be achieved by moving to a new procurement approach for its next waste collection service contract.
Waste, Recycling Industry Association QLD’s (WRIQ) upcoming business breakfast will bring experts together to provide updates on the impacts of COVID-19 on Australian markets.
One of the largest shire councils in Tasmania has just bought a new Komatsu wheel loader – but they declined to trade their old one in – it’s 37 years young and still going strong.