Brittany Coles

What the Federal Budget means for the waste sector

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg revealed a $249m boost for the waste and recycling industry as part of the Federal Budget announcement on Tuesday evening,  in the hopes of stopping more than 600,000 tonnes of waste ending up in landfill and also creating industry jobs.

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Price freeze on NSW CDS supplier contribution

Exchange for Change has announced a six-month price freeze for supplier contributions that fund the Return and Earn NSW Container Deposit Scheme, effective from February to July next year.

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Recycling symbol: is it cynical?

Information on consumer products and packaging is shining the spotlight on recycling operations across Australia. Waste Management Review speaks with industry to discuss consumer confusion and achieving labelling consistency.

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No time to waste

Is the Federal Government’s $190M Recycling Modernisation Fund the answer to transforming waste and recycling capacity? Brittany Coles speaks with Josh Wilson about the reform needed to deal with Australia’s waste crisis.

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Coles enters 10-year clean energy partnership

Coles will source more than 90 per cent of its Queensland electricity requirements from CleanCo, after entering into a landmark 10-year agreement with the state-owned clean energy generator and retailer.

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Australia Post launches new e-waste recycling service

TechCollect has launched a national e-waste shipping solution through a partnership with Australia Post that will enable households and small businesses to recycle unwanted and ‘end of life’ electrical goods and devices.

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