Citywide has entered into a memorandum of understanding to explore participation in a waste-to-energy (WtE) facility in Victoria, following the signing of an agreement with the project’s participants.
Victorians will need to continue to embrace new ways of living and working in the face of significant technological and environmental disruption, according to Infrastructure Victoria’s draft 30-year strategy.
The National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) has welcomed the establishment of three new funds in the Victorian state budget, saying it is looking forward to more detail on how the waste and resource recovery industry can participate.
With 10 Clearline waste trailers delivered and nine more on the way, a long-time industry stalwart outlines his 20-year relationship with Wastech Engineering.
Two years on from Melbourne’s first ‘green road’ with PolyPave Asphalt, Alex Fraser shares the road ahead for sustainable infrastructure.
EPA Victoria is assessing a licence application from Envirostream Australia to manage and continue operating a specified e-waste resource recovery facility to recycle end-of-life mixed batteries.
The Victorian Government is investing $1.7 million into 12 projects to improve the collection, storage and reprocessing of e-waste across the state.
The Victorian Waste Management Association (VWMA) is calling on the Victorian Government to open transfer stations and metals recycling facilities to the public for all waste and recycling as soon as possible.
EPA Victoria has approved a plan to expand and upgrade the Camperdown Compost Company’s facility at Gnotuk in southwestern Victoria.
Victoria’s proposed Waste Authority will provide guidance and strategic leadership on overall state-wide direction, including through infrastructure and contingency planning, according to the state government’s recently released options paper.