Waste Management Review speaks with Veolia about the company’s research and development activities and what the future holds for wastewater innovation.
Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of plastic waste generated from clothing enters landfill every year, prompting the Federal Government to invest $1 million to fund a new textile waste grant round under the National Product Stewardship Investment Fund.
The equivalent of more than a million used car tyres can now be recycled to make high quality crumb rubber bitumen, in a ‘game changing’ partnership between Puma Bitumen and Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA).
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.
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.
The City of Melbourne is introducing a new food and organics collection service to help local residents reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.
Cairns’ recycling and recovery capacity has doubled with the commissioning of a new state-of-the-art Materials Recovery Facility (MRF).
Reconophalt recycled asphalt is being used to surface more than two kilometres of roadway in Berwick, Melbourne.
Equipment specifically designed for blending crumbed rubber and bitumen has been installed and commissioned for the first time in Australia by Fulton Hogan, in partnership with Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA).
South Australia’s recycling industry will receive its biggest ever investment, with eight new projects worth $111 million announced to build and modernise key infrastructure.