Environmental Protection Agency Victoria and Bill Clarke of the University of Queensland explain the challenges involved in landfill planning for state government authorities.
Ray Cox of Landair Surveys explains why a unified system of landfill spatial data could help operators save money and time when it comes to decision-making and auditing.
Australian company Tarpomatic offers an Alternative Daily Cover solution that can save some landfill operators up to $150,000 each week in airspace – all while providing a lifetime of use.
Statewide Recycling Services has saved thousands of dollars each week in transportation costs after purchasing a PBS-approved Freighter six-axle Dog trailer.
As Australia’s largest and only mercury recycler, CMA Ecocycle works with clients to reduce hazardous lighting waste going to landfill.
Toxfree is the only company in Australia operating internationally recognised technology to safely handle next generation e-waste containing mercury, the company says. The waste service provider explains the key to its success.
Applying a few simple strategies can allow recyclers to significantly reduce their waste on site, says Paul Smith, Product Development Manager for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens.
A partnership between international recycling company Galloo and equipment manufacturer STEINERT has led to a more effective way of separating non-ferrous metals for reuse.
Governments are working with waste management data that is up to five years old. Mike Ritchie, Director of MRA Consulting Group, explains why an update is necessary.
Is the current landfill levy system supercharging or stymying recycling? Industry consultants present their views on the somewhat polarising issue.