Victoria’s Macedon Ranges Shire Council is expanding its FOGO service to all shire households in July. This completes the roll-out, which began in February 2020 to over 16,000 properties across the shire.
Is there a functioning circular economy for organics in Australia? The answer depends on how you define the concept, writes University of Queensland Centre for Recycling of Organic Waste & Nutrients Director, Johannes Biala.
The major obstacles to organics sector growth are external to industry and within the control of one or more tiers of government, writes Peter Olah, AORA National Executive Officer.
To provide high-quality recycled products and services, Benedict Group utilises the best available processing technologies, with help from Komptech CEA.
Extracta has developed a process to extract valuable nutrients and other ingredients from waste food and agriculture produce.
The NSW Government is ramping up its support for waste recycling, with more than $4 million invested to keep household and general waste out of landfill and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
EPA Victoria has granted a Works Approval to Australian Bio Fertiliser to construct a poultry organic waste and nutrient recovery facility in Lethbridge – a rural township outside Geelong.
Syntek Environmental’s Ultraverte process can convert all kinds of waste into low volume, value added products. General Manager John Newton explains.
The City of Whittlesea’s food and organics waste will continue to be processed locally, with Repurpose It being awarded a 10-year contract to deliver the service.
One of the fastest ways to grow manufacturing jobs in Australia is to ban organics to landfill, writes MRA Consulting Group’s Mike Ritchie and Cara Watters.