Melbourne’s Yarra Council is proposing the trial of a dedicated cardboard collection service at selected apartments and multi-unit developments (MUDs), with expressions of interest now open to buildings wishing to participate.
The Plastic Reduction Bill 2020 passed the ACT Legislative Assembly last week, delivering a framework for progressively phasing out single-use plastics over time.
Cockburn’s successful commercial food waste trial, which took less than six months to divert greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to powering an average Australian household for 16 years, will become a permanent service.
A new agency agreement will see Environmental Group Limited (EGL) represent international waste and recycling solutions leader Turmec in Australia.
An international consortium has started development on one of the world’s largest waste-to-energy projects in Dubai, with finance loan agreements finalised with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
Cleanaway has entered into an agreement to acquire the Australian assets of French waste management company Suez for $2.52 billion.
The Queensland Government has invested $1 million to help local governments upgrade their landfill infrastructure.
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National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) State Affiliates provide a detailed overview of industry and policy changes across the country.
A new report by PwC states the case for Australia to ‘go circular’ and wholly embrace sustainable solutions that create an abundant future, finding moves to do so would generate $1.9 trillion in economic benefits over the next 20 years.