The Albury community’s commitment to making an environmental difference has been recognised, with the city winning the top honour at the 2020 Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards last week.
STEINERT’s Johann Hefner outlines the role artificial intelligence and digitalisation will play in Australia’s material recovery future.
The Federal Government is delivering improvements to the way environmental risks from chemicals are managed in Australia, with the passing of the Industrial Chemicals Environmental Management (Register) Bill 2020 in Parliament last week.
A street in Melbourne’s City of Yarra is set to be paved with recycled tyres, with a new technology that reduces waste, encourages tree growth and prevents pollution.
Tamworth Regional Council’s Morné Hattingh speaks with Waste Management Review about boosting process efficiency with Mandalay Technologies’ Facility Analytics and Reporting product.
Plastic Oceans Australasia and Veolia Australia and New Zealand are partnering to educate the next generation on plastic waste, as part of their aligned mission to support plastic reduction and increase education around recycling and waste management.
The City of Melbourne will deliver $175,000 in grants to local businesses to support cutting waste, reducing emissions and boosting the circular economy.
The delivery of food recycling into every apartment in Sydney’s Inner West Council is about to be complete, with the expansion of the service into the former Ashfield Municipality.
Green Industries SA Chief Executive Vaughan Levitzke is retiring after nearly 20 years in the job.
Consumers can now demand their used tyres go to genuine recyclers, as the Federal Government lends support to Tyre Stewardship Australia’s (TSA) National Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme.