The 2021-2022 Queensland budget has been released, with the states waste sector set to benefit from additional funding and projects.
Single-use plastics are set to be phased out and green bins for food and organics will be rolled out across New South Wales as part of the state’s plastic plan and waste strategy.
JCB’s Hydradig Wastemaster wheeled excavators represent a new and exciting material handling solution.
An Australian made and owned product is giving households and workplaces a hands-free and Covid-safe rubbish disposal solution.
VEGA’s latest product launch is building oFf the company’s long-established reputation as a key supplier of precison-based sensors and equipment for the water and waste industries.
Western Composting Technology was formed in 2004 by the Geelong-based Dickens family to compete for the Greater Shepparton City Council’s tender to build, own and operate the first green waste alternative waste treatment facility in Victoria.
Brimbank City Council is mapping out a plan for local households to transition to a four-bin waste collection system.
Bayside City Council has conducted an audit and received findings, focusing on methods of reducing the reliance on landfill.
Waste Management Review speaks with Greg Whitehead, Candy Soil Managing Director and AORA Queensland Director, about the importance of providing a centralised voice for the organics industry.
EPA Victoria has instructed an Epping compost facility to cease accepting waste until it makes its stockpiles comply with EPA fire safety requirements.