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Tony Khoury reflects on waste career

As Tony Khoury steps down from his role as Executive Director of the Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of New South Wales, he reflects on more than 30 years in the industry.
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Container Deposit Schemes: Where to from here?

Australia is on the cusp of being the only continent to be fully covered by drink container refund schemes. A session at Waste 2023  in Coffs Harbour looked at the evolution of the nation’s container deposit scheme landscape.
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The Sentinel VISION AI can be attached to most landfill machinery and equipment.

Intelligent risk mitigation

PRM Engineering Services’ Sentinel Vision AI, is an innovation in risk mitigation and human detection technology for the waste sector. Read More
The MH3022 Material Handler has been designed for indoor and outdoor waste sorting applications.

Exceeding requirements

Toowoomba Regional Council services one of Queensland’s largest geographical regions. A Caterpillar MH3022 Material Handler is helping ensure an efficient operation.
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FEDC expects the Peterson 6710D Horizontal Grinder to accumulate 10,000 hours of use, before it is replaced.

Flexibility realised

The Peterson 6710D Horizontal Grinder from Komatsu Forest provides a large-scale processing option for operators. Mick Benton, of Forest Enterprises Development & Consulting, explains.
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Potential energy

There’s a general acceptance that Waste-to-Energy has a role to play in Australia’s future. What that role will be remains divisive. Waste Management Review looks at the state of play. Read More
The Miner won the Innovative Product award at the Australian Waste and Recycling Expo in 2014.

Packing a punch: The power of the Miner

Garwood Australia’s Miner is the nation’s smallest rear load compactor body, but it still packs a punch. Anthony Zammit, General Manger of Capital City Waste explains.
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Green Collect uses Isuzu vehicles for delivery and collection services.

Driving equal opportunity

Green Collect, supported by Isuzu for its vehicle requirements, is helping to create new life for waste products, while changing the lives of its disadvantaged employees.
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Taking responsibility

Six years ago, the City of Hobart set an ambitious goal of zero waste to landfill by 2030. Lord Mayor Anna Reynolds shares how the council is empowering the community to make positive change to reach its target.
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Charitable Recycling Australia operates several charity shops, adding to the reuse community.

Search for social good

New research is unlocking the potential of non-profit and reuse organisations to help create a stronger circular economy. Waste Management Review explains.
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