More than $100,000 in fines have been issued in the past three months to people who have been illegally operating in the Queensland waste industry.
As the largest site of its kind in Queensland, Hi-Quality Group’s Yatala Waste Treatment Facility is playing a pivotal role in Australia’s growing environmental remediation sector.
After five years of planning and a $37.5 million development and infrastructure investment, Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia (HCA) has officially opened another state-of-the-art facility to house its Brisbane branch and a newly located parts distribution warehouse.
If elected, Queensland’s Liberal National Party (LNP) will invest $50 million to build a new wave of roads from recycled plastic waste, including bottles and bags.
On the eve of Containers for Change’s second birthday, Ken Noye, Container Exchange CEO, looks back on the scheme’s achievements and shares what’s next for this recycling success story.
Waste, Recycling Industry Association QLD’s (WRIQ) upcoming business breakfast will bring experts together to provide updates on the impacts of COVID-19 on Australian markets.
The Queensland Government is investing nearly $27 million into recycling projects through the Resource Recovery Industry Development Program.
The Waste Recycling Industry Association of Queensland (WRIQ) has released its plan for a thriving, safe, smart, and sustainable sector via their Queensland Election Manifesto 2020.
North Queenslanders are being encouraged to have their say on the region’s waste and resource management, as the North Queensland Regional Organisation of Councils (NQROC) works to develop its 10-year waste strategy.
A Queensland-first sustainable wastewater treatment plant at the $53.7 million Cedar Grove Environmental Centre (CGEC) is now operational.