Using the latest compressed air powered robotics, a variety of plastic waste is sorted at a $20 million plastics recycling plant in Victoria.
Metropolitan councils, state government and waste and recycling industry representatives gathered last week to discuss Sydney's growing food waste crisis.
SUEZ has been working with Queensland-based composting facility NuGrow to turn unwanted food waste into nutrient-rich compost.
UTS Central showcases a plastic-free food court, where plastic straws, bags, plastic-lined coffee cups, packaging and plastic-bottled drinks are nowhere to be seen.
The World Health Organization has called for further research into the impact of ingesting microplastics on human health.
Materials scientists from Deakin University are working on several projects to repurpose materials and achieve a circular economy.
The G20 recently identified infrastructure as one of the key drivers of achieving SDGs. Riccardo Wong discusses a ground-up approach for Australia's 'big dig'.
The future of waste management and resource recovery is high on the government agenda as Waste Expo Australia launches registrations for its 2019 conference and exhibition.
Data61, the data and digital specialist arm of CSIRO, has scaled up its ASPIRE program nationally to manage the 67 million tonnes of waste generated in Australia each year.
Coca-Cola Oceania and Coca-Cola Amatil NZ have announced that all water bottles and plastic bottles smaller than 1 litre will be made entirely from recycled plastic by the end of 2019.
The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo is where the waste, recycling and resource recovery sectors come together to find solutions for a cleaner, more sustainable future.
ACOR is developing a voluntary Recyclers' Accreditation Program, commissioning a detailed analysis for the program's design, including a feasibility study.
Waste Expo Australia is a comprehensive, free-to-attend conference for the waste management, resource recovery and wastewater sectors, returning to Melbourne in October.
The Federal Court has dismissed a case filed by the ACCC against Kimberly-Clark and its flushable-branded wipes. What happens next?
ALDI Australia will cut at least a quarter of all plastic packaging from its range by 2025 and remove single-use plastics such as cotton buds and plastic plates from its stores by the end of 2020.