Australasian resource recovery company ResourceCo is playing its part in driving home solutions to the recycling and re-use of glass waste as a road base.
Queensland Recycling Technologies (QRT) is set to transform the waste recycling and recovery sector within the state.
The University of Southern Queensland led New Options for Waste and Saving the Environment’ (No Waste) precinct project has been awarded $2 million from the Federal Government.
Recycling in regional and remote Australia has been given a $7 million funding boost to “turbocharge” Australia’s waste and recycling industry.
Waste and recycling operations in New South Wales, including landfills, Community Recycling Centres, Return and Earn points, and charitable recyclers, can reopen to the public following lengthy COVID-19 closures.
Old solar panels and battery storage systems are being given a second life thanks to funding from the New South Wales government.
Research from Flinders University into a wastewater recycling program has aimed to develop a cost-effective method to produce materials for use in a range of applications, including biofuels.
Chemistry Australia has collaborated with CSIRO on a new report into advanced recycling technologies that can increase the recovery and recycling of Australia’s plastic resources.
Sustainability Victoria is offering further grants of up to $50,000 for organisations to pursue packaging waste reduction and recovery opportunities.
With a strong global market forecast for tyre-derived fuel, Australia’s largest tyre recycler, Tyrecycle, is set to expand its operations across Australia, with a commitment to investment in new plants and technology.