With the introduction of Mandalay Technologies’ naus Intelligence Platform, the City of Darwin is the latest Australian metropolitan council to move its waste data into the cloud.
With the MAC 108 from Macpresse, Doyle Bros is efficiently baling commercial and industrial waste at its Sydney Materials Recovery Facility.
Purearth is working to address the problem of green waste by providing organic solutions with the aid of its efficient fleet of Volvo machines.
SUEZ’s Sean Williams highlights the importance of innovative rear loaders to ensure operation success and safety.
Through the installation of Mandalay Technologies’ weighbridge system, WMRC is better positioned to deliver on its commitment to efficiently manage waste for Perth’s central western communities.
The future of waste management lies in improved resource recovery and reuse of organic material. North-West Recycling Centre’s David Murphy explains.
Moree Plains Shire Council’s Mark Johns explains how Wastedrive’s Harris Badger Baler is facilitating operational productivity and effective resource recovery in the region.
A bold move by a Western Australian Local Government has resulted in a threefold increase in the collection of waste metal from its landfill facility and contributed to the increased life span of the site.
Waste Management Review speaks with Caterpillar’s Chaminda Senanayake and Charles Farrugia about the pair’s pioneering suite of sustainability initiatives.
Northern-Ireland company Kiverco has been chosen to design, build and install a waste recycling plant that will help recycle all construction waste from the Red Sea Project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.