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 using the latest processing technology from Northern Ireland, Repurpose It is maintaining its commitment to creating closed-loop solutions for waste and construction materials.
Suez Australia & New Zealand (SUEZ) has joined forces with online surplus food marketplace Yume Food to tackle the amount of food waste in Australia.
As Steve Llyod tells Waste Management Review, the new model Palfinger PH T22A DINO SLD5 Hookloader is set to offer the flexibility needed for modern projects.
To mitigate fire-risk, Pearl Fire is committed to acting as a whole solution provider for the waste and recycling sector.
The New South Wales Sustainability Awards are now accepting entries across a range of categories, which range from biodiversity to net zero initiatives.
Waste Management Review speaks with Guada Lado, Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils’ Regional Waste Coordinator, ahead of her Waste Strategy Summit 2021 presentation.
As climate-related disasters increase, and the threat of the global pandemic continues, the need for Cleantech awareness and uptake across Australia and the world is becoming more prevalent.
Eight local councils, including City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire and Borough of Queenscliffe, have banded together to help reduce the level of waste which is produced throughout the region.
Applications for Climate Change Community Action Grants will close soon, with the Mornington Peninsula Shire encouraging residents to apply.