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.
Coca-Cola in Australia has announced it’s moving to 100 per cent recycled plastic for frozen cups and lids, removing problematic polystyrene from its cold drink portfolio by the end of next year.
Following the release of Cleanaway’s earnings, CEO Vik Bansal shares how the leading waste management company grew and remained resilient through delivering its 10-year strategic plan.
Waste Recycling Industry Association Queensland (WRIQ), in partnership with state and national affiliates, is taking a deep dive into levy collection and expenditure and is calling for transparency and better equity in the distribution of levies.
Jamie Marslen, Co-Founder of Gippsland Soil Solutions, shares how efficient machinery has leveraged the company’s unique organic recycling system.
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, has provided the first ever global estimate for microplastics on the seafloor, with results suggesting there are 14 million tonnes in the deep ocean.