WRIQ is currently carrying out engagement activities across Queensland’s regions, with visits taking place in Cairns last week and further sessions scheduled for Townsville, Rockhampton, Bundaberg and Ipswich.
The time is Right to Repair, but it requires policies and programs that acknowledge the barriers and opportunities to making it work, writes John Gertsakis, Adjunct Professor at UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures.
Following on from its successful Waste 2021 live event, the Coffs Harbour Waste Management Conference is running a weekly webinar series throughout June.
ResourceCo has invested over $40 million in new plants and machinery, in what is the most ambitious capital investment program in its history.
DriveCam’s algorithms and predictive analytics help to define risk profiles and enable operators to prioritise action.
Waste Management Review speaks with Brendan Mcllvanna, bmi trailers Managing Director, about the company’s recent expansion into the Australian market.
Davis Earthmoving and Quarrying’s Eric Davis speaks with Waste Management Review about the role of high-powered machinery in the circular economy resource chain.
Ahrens demonstrate leadership in the delivery of waste and recycling solutions, with state-of-the-art Humes StormTrap system.
In what will be a state-wide first, the City of Whittlesea is set to repair sections of Yale Drive in Epping with recycled glass.
ANZPAC Plastics Pact founding member Veolia Australia and New Zealand says it is thrilled to contribute to the delivery of a circular economy for plastics.