Waste Management Review speaks with former Australian Council of Recycling CEO Pete Shmigel about his next venture – Australia’s first total solution for bicycles.
Cleanaway has released its FY20 Modern Slavery Statement to identify and mitigate any potential modern slavery risks in Cleanaway’s operations and supply chain.
SUEZ’s Sean Williams highlights the importance of innovative rear loaders to ensure operation success and safety.
Trevor Evans, Assistant Waste Reduction and Environmental Management Minister, speaks with Brittany Coles about the Federal Government’s agenda to remodel waste management.
Visy will relocate from its current logistics centre to a new supply chain facility within the Biodiversity Business Park in Epping, Melbourne.
In an Australian first, 11 million plastic bread tags will be removed from local waste streams by the end of 2021 with the introduction of 100 per cent recycled and recyclable cardboard bread tags.
The Victorian Government’s four-year Recycling Victoria policy will invest more than $300 million into the state’s waste and recovery sector, including 40.9 million to establish recycling infrastructure in regional areas.
The Victorian Budget will invest an unprecedented $1.6 billion to create renewable energy hubs across its regions, the largest investment in clean energy of any state, ever.
Two years on from Melbourne’s first ‘green road’ with PolyPave Asphalt, Alex Fraser shares the road ahead for sustainable infrastructure.
How will policy transform the nation’s resource recovery sector? Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley sits down exclusively with Brittany Coles to discuss the landmark legislation that will see Australia take responsibility for its waste.