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.
NSW’s Albury City Council has transformed itself over 10 years, with its efforts supporting a plan to halve waste across six councils in Victoria and NSW.
Researchers at Adelaide’s Flinders University have discovered a new product to quickly remediate oil spills – made entirely from waste products.
Research by Melbourne’s Swinburne University of Technology has found a potential new use for flexible plastics and glass fines in the construction of footpaths.
Waste Management Review sat down with Dial A Dump Industries Managing Director Ian Malouf at Waste 2018 to discuss government policy and the status of the Next Generation proposal at Eastern Creek.
Waste Management Review speaks to Peter Schmigel, the new Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR), about some of the key issues facing the recycling sector.