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.
Pictured: Arif Chowdhury, Veolia National Business Development Manager, Organic Solutions and Charbel Daher, Harris Farm Commercial Manager.
Since installing Veolia’s onsite digester solution, Harris Farm has diverted over 100 tonnes of food waste from landfill and counting.
The AORA Board sees COVID-19 as an opportunity to collaborate and reposition, writes National Executive officer Peter Olah.
Cleanaway and Coles have launched a depackaging unit in Brisbane to convert food waste into nutrient-rich compost, the first of its kind in Queensland.
Elmore Compost’s Frank Harney speaks with Waste Management Review about the importance of passionate players and good quality compost.
Veolia Australia and New Zealand will continue providing waste management and recycling services to Sydney Markets until 2025, under a five-year contract extension signed in late October.