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Qld aims to halve food waste by 2030

23 February, 2022

Queenslanders are being urged to have a better relationship with their food as the state looks to halve its food waste by 2030.

How waste management operators are dealing with new challenges to operate in residential areas as land conflicts arise

14 December, 2021 by Alex Zamudio, Environmental Intelligence Advisor at Envirosuite

Communities are increasingly impatient about slow and indecisive responses to odour complaints, so it is more important than ever that operators can minimise uncertainty.

CEFC green hydrogen funds to fuel zero-emission truck project

08 November, 2021

CEFC's first investment under the Advancing Hydrogen Fund will help develop a local hydrogen economy while driving down emissions in the transport sector.

Envirosuite partners with Aeroqual

05 November, 2021

The partnership will join Envirosuite and Aeroqual technologies to help solve complex air quality challenges across mining, waste, wastewater and industrial sectors.

Infrastructure moves towards net zero emissions

22 October, 2021

Last financial year, projects certified by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council cut energy-related emissions by 43% and materials-related emissions by 56%.

Envirosuite wins nine-year NASA contract

22 October, 2021

Envirosuite has been contracted by NASA to manage the noise pollution associated with its US domestic supersonic travel strategy.

EMI Controls H1 Dust Control System

12 November, 2020

Italian emission control company EMI Controls has developed the H1 Dust Control System, a versatile misting system that's tailored to suit each application — large or small.

A soil-less solution for coffee waste

09 March, 2020

In a bid to reduce his company's carbon footprint, Mark Paul created a soil-less inorganic medium containing spent coffee grounds.

Investigation underway to reduce steel manufacture emissions

25 March, 2019

CO2CRC has been awarded funding to conduct important research into reducing greenhouse gas emissions in steel production.

Emerson Rosemount CT4400 Continuous Gas Analyzer

21 March, 2019

Emerson presents the Rosemount CT4400 Continuous Gas Analyzer, a purpose-built quantum cascade laser and tunable diode laser analyser.

Next step to understanding stored carbon dioxide

14 March, 2019

Construction of two shallow observation wells has been successfully completed as part of a new carbon capture and storage project.

Researchers turn carbon dioxide back into coal

04 March, 2019 by Gosia Kaszubska

Researchers have used liquid metals to turn CO2 back into solid coal, in a breakthrough that could transform our approach to carbon capture and storage.

Australia's poor most exposed to polluting facilities

16 November, 2018

The Australian Conservation Foundation has revealed that 90% of polluting facilities are in postcodes with low–middle weekly household incomes.

Pollution control company prepares to list on the ASX

04 December, 2017

Pollution control company Carbonxt is on a mission to make coal-fired power stations cleaner, utilising clean technology that is already being used by power stations and utilities in the United States.

Oslo briefly banned diesel cars this week

19 January, 2017 by Lauren Davis

Oslo City Council this week instigated a temporary ban on diesel cars in the centre of Norway's capital, in response to rising air pollution.

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