The Victorian Government has launched a new recycling facility in Melton that will recover resources from waste, cut greenhouse emissions and produce enough renewable energy to power Western Water’s Recycled Water Plant.
For Australia to meet its ambitious recovery targets, government cannot ignore the role of waste-to-energy facilities, writes Rose Read, National Waste and Recycling Industry Council CEO.
Over the past few years Brandster Services have been carefully investing in plant and equipment in line with the needs of its growing customer base. Managing Director, Jeff Brandstater explains.
STG Global’s Vacuum Excavation Trucks are designed to simplify liquid and hazardous waste management in Australia’s harsh conditions. Managing Director, Ross Yendle explains.
International original equipment manufacturer Godswill Paper Machinery Company is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of balers.
Rock solid reliability is the key to getting and retaining delicate environmentally sensitive land preparation jobs, according to a young Victorian operator whose making it his specialty.
Ahrens is safeguarding a greener future through the award of a new plastic reprocessing facility, demonstrating why they are leaders in the delivery of waste and recycling infrastructure solutions.
A draft revised NSW Energy from Waste Policy Statement, which proposes tightened restrictions on air emission limits, is now on public exhibition until the end of April.
Melbourne’s Yarra Council is proposing the trial of a dedicated cardboard collection service at selected apartments and multi-unit developments (MUDs), with expressions of interest now open to buildings wishing to participate.
The Plastic Reduction Bill 2020 passed the ACT Legislative Assembly last week, delivering a framework for progressively phasing out single-use plastics over time.