Waste Management Review speaks to BOC’s Jacquie Hiller about how the gas and engineering company is reducing its carbon footprint.
A total of $6.8 million over five years will be invested into converting biomass and plant-based matter into a variety of new materials and products.
Researchers from Monash University are developing methods of unlocking the value from uneaten parts of fruit and vegetables to return their value to the economy.
The City of Sydney’s waste strategy to 2030 responds to the council’s fast-moving population with a multipronged approach to landfill diversion.
The Australian Organics Recycling Association’s Diana De Hulsters and Peter Wadewitz outline the steps required to boost the uptake of recycled organics.
Waste Management Review speaks to Green Industries SA’s Vaughan Levitzke about the work that has gone into achieving the highest diversion rate out of every state and the challenges that lie ahead.
Waste Management Review Editor Toli Papadopoulos speaks to the War on Waste’s Craig Reucassel about the show’s success and portrayal of issues such as coffee cup waste.
Waste Management Review looks at Vaclift’s secret to success as the company reaches its 50th year in business.
Warren Overton from TechCollect explains to Waste Management Review how the organisation’s free service is keeping TVs and computers out of landfill.
Waste Management Review talks to Nick Florin from the University of Technology Sydney about the billions of dollars’ worth of metal trapped in the waste stream and what needs to be done in order to capture them.