Janet Leslie, Manager Sustainability, Canon Oceania and Alex Young, Director, Container Deposit Scheme, NSW EPA, are joint winners of the Product Stewardship Champion of the Year Award for 2021. Read more
Industry is being asked to nominate Australia’s most difficult to recycle products for inclusion on the minister’s national Product Stewardship Priority List. Read more
The Product Stewardship Excellence Awards have been launched and will be Australia’s first awards program to recognise the importance of product stewardship nationally. Read more
The waste and resource recovery sector will benefit from new funding announced in last week’s federal budget, according to National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) CEO Rose Read.
Waste Strategy Summit provides an annual meeting place where environmental / sustainability leaders, policymakers, stakeholders from private and public sectors, innovators, entrepreneurs and strategic thinkers come together to exchange ideas, collaborate on new projects and access the companies, technologies and strategies they need to improve their waste management.
A program to recover and recycle old, unwanted and potentially unsafe child car safety seats will take a major step forward with a grant from the National Product Stewardship Investment Fund.
Up to 190,000 tonnes of soft plastic packaging will be recycled and reprocessed each year under one of the proposals funded through the National Product Stewardship Investment Fund.
Product stewardship success shouldn’t be measured by simply tonnes collected, but also how the lifecycle of products is extended. MobileMuster’s Spyro Kalos explains.
The Federal Government is investing $1 million in the establishment of a new Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence, which will play a key role in driving Australia towards an eighty per cent recovery rate across all waste streams by 2030.