Sustainability

Sustainable plans for Canberra's Shine Dome

18 June, 2020

A joint project will research and develop approaches to conserve and sustainably manage the heritage-listed landmark.


Closing the carbon loop

16 June, 2020

A team of chemical engineers has found a novel way to convert waste CO2 into industrial products.


Humes provides carbon-neutral culverts for Inland Rail

15 June, 2020 | Supplied by: Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd

Humes, in partnership with Inland Rail, has achieved an industry-leading sustainability milestone by providing 22,625 tonnes of carbon-neutral precast concrete culverts.


New Zealand rolls out smart mobility network

12 June, 2020

Christchurch has become the first city in New Zealand to launch a secure solution for commuter bikes, e-bikes and scooters.


Most Aussies unaware of mobile data CO2 emissions

09 June, 2020

It is estimated that mobile data networks in Australia cause more than half a million tonnes of CO2 emissions every year.


Webinar unpacks role of packaging in a circular economy

05 June, 2020

Circular economy doesn't automatically mean reducing packaging, but when used correctly, good packaging design can be a part of the solution.


Could a melting discovery reshape plastics recycling?

05 June, 2020

Shinshu University researchers have found a way to melt different thermoplastic materials together, which could help to overcome some recycling challenges.


Holcim certified for carbon-neutral concrete

02 June, 2020 | Supplied by: Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd

Aggregated and concrete supplier Holcim has received certification from Climate Active to sell carbon-neutral products.


Rugged tech helps track source of marine litter

02 June, 2020 | Supplied by: Getac Technology Corp

To efficiently collect and process data on the source of marine debris and litter, the Australian Marine Debris Initiative turned to Getac.


Dew-point measurements in compressed air

01 June, 2020 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd

A number of problems are caused by excessive moisture in a compressed air system.


Addressing water scarcity: reduce, reuse, recycle

01 June, 2020 by Jason Lagowski* | Supplied by: Arcadis Pty Ltd

To build resilience there needs to be transformative approach to the way we store, manage, reduce, reuse and recycle this precious commodity.


Why smart cities will rely on edge computing for success

28 May, 2020 by Steve Singer, ANZ Country Manager, Talend | Supplied by: Talend

Creators of smart cities have a goal of optimising everything from transportation to energy distribution; edge computing may help overcome some challenges.


NCTCE launches free webinar series for cleantech industry

26 May, 2020

NCTCE has curated a webinar series — Cleantech Conversations — to highlight the innovation and 'pivoting' happening in the cleantech industry.


CO2CRC welcomes tech-driven approach to carbon capture and storage

22 May, 2020

CO2CRC has welcomed Australian Government recognition of the role of carbon capture utilisation and storage in reducing Australia's carbon emissions.


NZ's Waste Management launches first GRI Sustainability Report

21 May, 2020

The report presents the company's sustainability progress during 2019 across five key areas.


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