Australasian resource recovery company ResourceCo is playing its part in driving home solutions to the recycling and re-use of glass waste as a road base.
With a strong global market forecast for tyre-derived fuel, Australia’s largest tyre recycler, Tyrecycle, is set to expand its operations across Australia, with a commitment to investment in new plants and technology.
ResourceCo has invested over $40 million in new plants and machinery, in what is the most ambitious capital investment program in its history.
A joint venture between Tyrecycle and Kariyarra Aboriginal Corporation will specialise in the processing of end-of-life mine-site tyres.
Jim Fairweather, ResourceCo CEO, speaks with Waste Management Review about developing new markets for the re-use of end-of-life products.
With the export ban on waste glass now in effect, ResourceCo is leading the charge in giving a second life to glass in South Australia.
For COAG’s export bans to be a success, harmonisation of Australia’s regulatory framework is key. Jim Fairweather, ResourceCo CEO, explains.
Tyrecycle moves to expand its operations in Sydney with a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.
A new joint venture between Tyrecycle and Kariyarra Contracting will specialise in end-of-life off-the-road mine-site tyre processing within Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
South Australia’s Waste and Recycling Industry Association (WRISA) is set to strengthen its position, with a sharpened focus on its role as an industry advocate.