Global Reporting Initiative is developing a new global waste standard and has called on the public to comment.
Bupa will cease providing plastic membership cards to its members and will instead shift to digital memberships in a bid to save up to 5000 kg of plastic annually.
The packaging industry is poised to move to the sustainability forefront by implementing strategies to meet the 2025 National Packaging Waste Target.
Nestlé has announced a series of specific actions towards meeting its April 2018 commitment to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or re-usable by 2025.
An art installation comprising 2255 orange spheres made from 120 kg of ocean debris has been suspended from the ceiling of Sydney's Customs House.
Feedback on the discussion paper will inform updates to the 2009 National Waste Policy for consideration by environment ministers later this year.
More than one million plastic water bottles have been saved through ICC Sydney's partnership with Sydney Water.
The Monash Food Innovation Centre is working with industry and farmers to help them transform food waste into profits.
Finland's Restaurant Nolla has been making waves since it was opened earlier this year by chefs Luka Balac, Carlos Henriques and Albert Franch Sunyer.
A staggering one million single-use plastic bottles are purchased around the world every minute — that's about 20,000 bottles each second.
A Senate inquiry into waste and recycling in Australia has called for drastic measures to manage a struggling industry.
Australian businesses need to comply with the sustainable packaging obligations outlined in the National Environmental Protection (Used Packaging Materials) Measure 2011.
The average Victorian household throws away over $2000 worth of food every year.
The results of an independent assessment found that of approximately 4400 relevant supermarket and pharmacy products inspected, only 6% were found to contain microbeads.
A new report from RaboDirect finds that Australians waste an average of 14% of their weekly grocery buy, equating to over $1050 per household per year — or a collective $9.6 billion.