Green Industries South Australia is now taking expressions of interest for 2021-22 waste grants.
BlueScope Steel have announced the company will bypass the waste gas cleaning plant at its steelworks in Port Kembla from 18 June.
South Australia’s recycling industry is set to receive its biggest ever investment with eight new projects worth $111 million being announced.
Soil screening allows the soil to be revitalised, cutting down waste, reducing landfills demands and enables the repurpose of the material into other products. At Intelligro, high-quality soil is used as a substantial part of their special blends and is the secret ingredient for their superior Trommel product range.
GE Renewable Energy and LafargeHolcim have announced they will be exploring wind turbine opportunities, particularly the circular economy of recyclable materials.
JCB’s Hydradig Wastemaster wheeled excavators represent a new and exciting material handling solution.
An Australian made and owned product is giving households and workplaces a hands-free and Covid-safe rubbish disposal solution.
World Oceans Day is being celebrated as a reminder of the ocean’s importance to the environment.
An Engineer from the University of Sydney, in collaboration with the University of Toronto, has developed an electro-chemical system which converts greater amounts of CO2 into re-usable products.
Brimbank City Council is mapping out a plan for local households to transition to a four-bin waste collection system.