Corey Jeffs of KTS Recycling explains how reliable JCB wheel loaders and excavators help Knox Transfer Station keep up with 24/7 waste inputs.
To boost Sydney’s recycling network, waste management giant SUEZ has welcomed 11 Hitachi Construction machines to its fleet.
As the exclusive Australian distributor of Flexus Balasystem’s, Wastech Engineering is working to optimise sustainable landfill management.
Tyrecycle moves to expand its operations in Sydney with a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.
Richard Mainey of Port Plastics is committed to boosting regional processing capacity and eliminating landfill, with help from Applied Machinery.
Waste Recycling Industry Association Queensland (WRIQ), in partnership with state and national affiliates, is taking a deep dive into levy collection and expenditure and is calling for transparency and better equity in the distribution of levies.
On the eve of Containers for Change’s second birthday, Ken Noye, Container Exchange CEO, looks back on the scheme’s achievements and shares what’s next for this recycling success story.
One of the largest shire councils in Tasmania has just bought a new Komatsu wheel loader – but they declined to trade their old one in – it’s 37 years young and still going strong.
Jamie Marslen, Co-Founder of Gippsland Soil Solutions, shares how efficient machinery has leveraged the company’s unique organic recycling system.
Asbestos Removal requires sound and flexible transport solutions that are both efficient and reliable.