Energy-from-Waste (EfW) facilities are well established in Europe with around 500 operating plants. By further implementing Carbon Capture in EfW facilities, it is possible to go even carbon-negative and the new standard could be zero carbon emission waste to energy. Read more
Maintaining a clean product is important for waste operators to increase quality, price and site safety. WMR speaks with ScreenPod about how its AirVac Range utilises the latest technology to remove plastics from feed stocks. Read more
A new line of 22-tonne class dozers that feature hydrostatic drive for increased manoeuvrability, and enhanced visibility for work areas has been released by Komatsu. Read more
For Mark Jeffs, Managing Director of WM Waste Management and Knox Transfer Station (KTS), using safe, reliable, and modern vehicles to move waste products has never been more important. As he tells Waste Management Review. Read more
A drop-in session to keep businesses up to date with the phase out of single-use and unnecessary plastics will be held on 8 September.
Old solar panels and battery storage systems are being given a second life thanks to funding from the New South Wales government.
Managing and tracking the success of sustainable packaging is about to get easier for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs).
Research from Flinders University into a wastewater recycling program has aimed to develop a cost-effective method to produce materials for use in a range of applications, including biofuels.
Chemistry Australia has collaborated with CSIRO on a new report into advanced recycling technologies that can increase the recovery and recycling of Australia’s plastic resources. Read more
Sustainability Victoria is offering further grants of up to $50,000 for organisations to pursue packaging waste reduction and recovery opportunities.