Through its first investment under the Australian Recycling Investment Fund (ARIF), the CEFC is continuing to support emissions reductions investment throughout Australia’s waste industry.
East Rockingham Waste to Energy’s project in partnership with Hitachi Zosen Inova promises to set a new bar for residual waste treatment within Australia.
DAF Trucks is ensuring the waste transport industry is keeping pace with latest technology and is taking Australian manufacturing along for the ride.
Strengthening Australia’s water supply is a key step towards sustainability. Veolia is hoping its wastewater recycling and re-use service will help reduce the impacts of what it calls a “global climate emergency”.
As natural resources become scarcer, and we face growing challenges of urbanisation, consumerism and climate change, we need innovative models that support growth and sustainability.
Improved efficiency in material processing and transformed green credentials go hand in hand with an ALLU Transformer bucket.
Energy from waste technology is a way of life overseas. As REMONDIS’ Stefan Dittrich and Sarah Collins tell Waste Management Review, the technology is inevitable in Australia, but there’s an onus on the waste industry to educate communities and local decision makers of the benefits.
Through its specialisation of industrial vacuuming systems and services, Dust Collector Rentals is continuing to promote cleaner and controlled waste sites.
KOR Equipment Solutions has announced that from 1 July it will be the new exclusive distributor for Schwarze Industries sweeper products in Australia and New Zealand.
By repurposing used pipelines for the mining sector, New Life Waste is setting a precedent for material plant recycling in the Northern Territory.