Waste Management Review reports on how some hospitals are partnering with waste and reuse organisations to reduce costs.
In addition to developing its own recyclable products and reducing unnecessary packaging, Woolworths is working towards a zero food waste future.
Retail property firm Vicinity Centres is taking great strides towards diverting more materials away from landfill, with bold plans across food waste and decentralised resource recovery.
Campbell Arnott’s Australia’s Liza Vernalls explains how the organisation is working to boost the uptake of difficult-to-recycle materials such as soft plastics and PET, while also making it easier for consumers to recycle.
Australia Post’s Andrew Sellick outlines the approach required by the company to help the nation transition to a circular economy.
Unilever’s Emma Peacock speaks to Waste Management Review about overcoming the challenges in meeting its target of 25 per cent recycled HDPE in its locally made home and personal care products by 2019.
Fujitsu’s Blaise Porter tells Waste Management Review about how the company’s ICT Sustainability Benchmark is helping reduce waste across the commercial and industrial sector.
Disposable coffee cups can be difficult to recycle due to their plastic lining, but recycling company Simply Cups has found a solution and teamed up with 7-Eleven to help divert cups from landfill.
Waste Management Review speaks to Nestlé Packaging Specialist Jacky Nordsvan about the company’s packaging strategy, plan for soft plastics and zero waste to landfill agenda.
Since 2016, Leftover Lovers has been holding public workshops to educate Australian businesses on how to reduce their food waste.