Grants of up to $2 million each are now open for eligible projects that increase the processing capacity for food and garden waste in New South Wales (NSW).
Through its specialisation of industrial vacuuming systems and services, Dust Collector Rentals is continuing to promote cleaner and controlled waste sites.
Research from Flinders University into a wastewater recycling program has aimed to develop a cost-effective method to produce materials for use in a range of applications, including biofuels.
Plans for Victoria’s Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) will be updated at an online forum on 31 August.
Olive processors in South Australia have an incentive to reuse wastewater instead of discharging it to the sewer.
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has released a video showing the extent of clean-up works on the Lemon Springs illegal waste dump site in the state’s north west.
Nine members of the Newcastle Community Consultative Committee on the Environment (NCCCE) will meet on 23 August to discuss matters of concern in the Newcastle area.
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Where the industry meets to transform Australia’s waste management processes.
Australia is responsible for 74 million tonnes of waste on a yearly basis with a recycling rate of only 60 per cent. However, as all levels of government and industry work together to implement projects and provide funding to manage waste and protect the environment, the way we approach the country’s waste crisis is constantly shifting.
To mitigate fire-risk, Pearl Fire is committed to acting as a whole solution provider for the waste and recycling sector.
Victoria’s Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is encouraging waste operators throughout the state to prevent fires throughout waste sites.