Features

  • The forever chemical has an expiry date: OLEOLOGY
    OLEOLOGY can remove PFAS contaminants to below detectable levels, while bridging the gap between regulation and commercial interest.
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  • Cycling towards targets
    WMR speaks with former ACOR CEO Pete Shmigel about his next venture – Australia’s first total solution for bicycles.
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  • Collaboration over competition
    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.
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  • Eyes on Canterbury-Bankstown
    WMR speaks with Brad Gray, City of Canterbury-Bankstown Sustainable Future Manager, about the council’s innovative anti-dumping campaign.
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  • Industrial manslaughter - are you prepared?
    WRIQ has partnered with law firm MinterEllison to breakdown changes to industrial manslaughter offences and share important advice to help prepare businesses across Australia.
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  • The state of biosolids in Australia and the US
    Waste Management Review looks at the lessons learnt from biosolids in the US and Australia to improve soil health and composting. 
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  • Grinding on the front-line
    James Read, Bullmore Director, speaks with Waste Management Review about eliminating downtime with Komatsu Forest.
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  • Building a culture of repair
    The time is Right to Repair, but it requires policies and programs that acknowledge the barriers and opportunities to making it work.
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