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.
Developing and promoting a set of publicly available national recovered material specifications to enable greater uptake of recycled materials in domestic manufacturing and construction has become a priority project for NWRIC, writes CEO Rose Read.
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.
The Western Australian Government’s Roads to Reuse program should be adopted nationally, according to National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) CEO Rose Read.
Waste Management Review explores the retail sector’s engagement with Return and Earn and the role of corporate responsibility in shaping positive recycling outcomes.
From industrial fires, illegal waste storage and contamination, a complicated regulatory environment and market failures pose the question of when and how landfill levies should be used.
For Australia to meet its ambitious recovery targets, government cannot ignore the role of waste-to-energy facilities, writes Rose Read, National Waste and Recycling Industry Council CEO.
Four new schemes join a range of organisations represented at the launch of the Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence at Parliament House on Monday night.
The Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI) is working with NWRIC, WRIQ, WRINT, WRIWA and WRISA to deliver a national webinar program that will provide information about recent changes to the Australian Dangerous Goods Code, and what this means for the storage and transport of batteries.
Queensland is the only state yet to announce how it proposes to match and invest the Federal Government’s Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF) commitment to upgrade and expand glass, plastic and tyre recycling infrastructure.