Sustainability > Carbon management

Battery-powered vehicles now making inroads into plant equipment

26 May, 2021 by Berin Russell

Plant vehicles can be 100% electric yet match the performance of other machinery that runs on an internal-combustion engine.


Preparing to maximise facility and plant energy management

26 May, 2021 by Nathan Rogers, Sustainability Leader at Lycopodium Process Industries

How can industrial facility operators take the first steps towards planning for the success of future energy-saving projects?


NCTCE to explore crucial role of cleantech in economic recovery

25 May, 2021

2021's Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) will examine the role of cleantech in recovering and growing the Australian economy.


Holcim ECOPact low-carbon concrete

11 May, 2021

Holcim has launched the ECOPact low-carbon concrete product range.


Hydrogen buses hit the road

07 May, 2021

In a commitment to more sustainable public transport operations, Transit Systems has purchased two hydrogen buses to service its public transport contracts.


Renewable hydrogen boost: ARENA funding announced

05 May, 2021

The Morrison government's funding commitment to the three large-scale renewable hydrogen projects in Western Australia and Victoria has been welcomed.


National Summit 2021: councils can capitalise on clean economy

29 April, 2021

Government leaders will join forces to develop and accelerate the big ideas and solutions that are revolutionising Australia's approach to energy and climate change.


Time for climate action

22 April, 2021

US President Biden invited 40 world leaders (including Scott Morrison) to the virtual Leaders Summit on Climate, which is being live streamed tonight.


BOC–Toyota partnership delivers hydrogen refuelling station

01 April, 2021

Toyota has opened a new $7.4 million Hydrogen Centre in Altona, Victoria, reported to be the state's first hydrogen refuelling station.


Dairy Australia commits to climate

29 March, 2021

Dairy Australia has launched a climate change strategy, detailing its climate commitment, investment intent and priorities across research, development and extension.


Net zero, carbon neutral, carbon negative... what do they mean exactly?

26 February, 2021

When it comes to sustainability terms and climate change, there are numerous 'buzzwords' but what do they mean exactly?


Pollution-eating pavers improve air quality

19 February, 2021

So-called 'pollution-eating' pavers with the ability to significantly improve surrounding air quality have arrived on the Australian market.


NZ minerals sector braced for climate change action

05 February, 2021

The New Zealand minerals sector has announced that it looks forward to engaging with government to develop feasible, practicable and effective pathways for climate change action.


Thought Leaders 2021: Mark Ferguson

11 January, 2021

With over 30 years' experience with a myriad of compressed air equipment applications, the CEO of Kaishan Australia shares his predictions for 2021.


Biomethane efficiency must be maximised

21 December, 2020 by Chris Little, Managing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers

HRS Heat Exchangers provides two systems specifically aimed at improving the efficiency of digestate production and maximising its value in nutritional and economic terms.


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