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.
Kellogg's Australia's power purchase agreement with Beryl Solar Farm will offset the carbon impact of its manufacturing operations for the next seven and a half years.
The North Australian Pastoral Company has launched Five Founders, a carbon-neutral beef product officially accredited by Australian Government criteria.
All-Energy Australia 2019 will focus on driving the energy sector's continued growth and working together to create a nation powered by clean energy.
Energy Efficiency Expo is a free-to-attend industry event, launched to help organisations take control of their energy costs and improve their energy productivity.
Tritium and Stäubli Electrical Connectors will supply and install high-power chargers for SSA Marine at the US Port of Long Beach to power its fleet of EV terminal tractors.
ACOR is developing a voluntary Recyclers' Accreditation Program, commissioning a detailed analysis for the program's design, including a feasibility study.
Digitalize 2019 will explore the latest in future technologies to prepare the workforce for change.
Waste Expo Australia is a comprehensive, free-to-attend conference for the waste management, resource recovery and wastewater sectors, returning to Melbourne in October.
With clean technology infrastructure increasing the demand for critical minerals such as cobalt, there is a need to develop sustainable resource recovery practices.
A newly appointed ISO technical committee aims to make the global circular economy a reality by steering projects relating to the circular economy towards a sustainable agreed global standard.
The Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency has been formed by the International Energy Agency to accelerate the transition to clean energy via stronger policy action.
ABB has won contracts to supply charging infrastructure to a network of 40 public electric buses in Singapore.