Tinki.nl, a Dutch dog website, and its partner Space53, an international test centre for drones, have developed two drones to first detect and then collect dog poo from the streets.
There's no escaping talk about the energy crisis facing Australia at the moment. Watching on as an Australian living in Cambodia, it's baffling as to why renewable energy in Cambodia is so straightforward yet seems anything but back home.
Trust is a very important factor in getting people to opt into change. This article discusses the need for 'soft power' in driving the circular economy.
One of the main problems with plastics recycling is that polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) have different chemical structures and thus cannot be repurposed together — not until now, that is.
TOMRA Connect is a portfolio of digital products for machines collecting cans and bottles for re-use and recycling. The products offer further insights and engagement opportunities for locales providing the machines and the recyclers who use them.
Operation Clean Sweep, originally developed in the US to reduce pellet loss in the plastics industry, has launched in Australia.
The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club used a Bin Trim rebate from the NSW EPA to purchase a worm farm that will divert 5.25 tonnes of food waste from landfill each year.
Oslo City Council this week instigated a temporary ban on diesel cars in the centre of Norway's capital, in response to rising air pollution.
Unilever has committed to ensuring that all of its plastic packaging is fully re-usable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.
The ACCC has instituted proceedings in the Federal Court against two major wipes manufacturers, alleging they each made false or misleading representations in relation to supposedly 'flushable' wipes marketed and supplied in Australia.
Queensland-based winery Sirromet takes just as much care with its waste management and impact on the environment as it does with its wine production, recently relocating and installing a new $700,000 waste treatment facility on its Mount Cotton property.