The Energy from Waste (EfW) Technology Parliamentary Inquiry was established to inquire into matters relating to the waste disposal industry in NSW.
System 001, deployed by The Ocean Cleanup, is designed to be propelled by wind and waves, allowing it to passively catch and concentrate plastic debris in front of it.
The OPEC Systems Shoreline Responders Course is a nationally accredited marine pollution remediation course, suitable for traditional land owners as well as employees from local government and ports and harbours.
The effectiveness of recycling services across Australia is being seriously questioned, according to a new survey from UNSW Sydney.
The Greens have expressed criticism over the 2025 Packaging Targets, while the WMAA calls the Australasian Recycling Label a missed opportunity.
Business and government have united for the launch of Australia's 2025 National Packaging Targets and the Australasian Recycling Label.
The circular economy is more fashionable than you think.
Remondis Australia's $400 million waste-to-energy facility, to be located in Swanbank, will be able to process upwards of 500,000 tonnes of waste per year.
Fujitsu's Smart eWaste bin sits in an organisation's office and is equipped with IoT sensors that monitor the fill levels. When the bin is full, Fujitsu's recycling partner arrives on-site to swap out an inner bin and is gone again in moments.
The community needs to understand how the recycling sector operates and the challenges it faces to ensure its long-term survival.
Solving the waste problem in Australia involves addressing two concerns: what should people do with all their waste and how do organisations create products that are environmentally friendly and sustainable?
Pyrolysis and gasification are being touted as perfect circular economy solutions to the challenge of recycling.