Seven councils in Western Sydney are participating in the Green Caffeen initiative — a swap-and-go coffee cup scheme that will benefit cafes, coffee lovers and the environment.
With grants ranging from $50,000 to $300,000, recipients can roll out the Bin Trim program to track their waste, reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill and improve recycling.
UNSW Sydney's SMaRT Centre will receive almost $1 million from the state government to help commercialise its Microfactorie technology.
SUEZ and Yume have joined forces to tackle commercial food waste and combat the 4.1 million tonnes of surplus food going to waste each year.
Researchers from UNSW have discovered a novel way to turn banana plantation waste into packaging material that is not only biodegradable, but also recyclable.
Researchers have discovered a treatment to extract and re-use polyester from polyester/wool mix fabrics, which should help prevent textiles from going to landfill.
Culinary institute Le Cordon Bleu Brisbane is calling on the hospitality industry to do its part in reducing the negative environmental impacts of food wastage.
Kingston City Council has denied an application by recycling company Alex Fraser Group to extend the life of its recycling operations at Clarinda, south-east of Melbourne's CBD.
Car bumper bars and other plastic items are being diverted from landfill to resurface roads in the City of Melbourne.
Arcadis has signed a heads of agreement and entered into an exclusive commercial negotiation for sole rights to Evocra’s PFAS solutions technology.
A UK study reveals that lithium-ion battery recycling technologies are not keeping pace with the increasing uptake of electric vehicles.
Researchers may have found a use for tens of millions of tons of waste coal ash — one that could help make concrete more durable and crack-free.