The Repurpose It C&D washing plant in Victoria converts typically untreatable waste materials into high-value resources.
For the waste management sector, 'airspace' — a landfill's capacity to accept waste — equates to revenue.
Sustainability Victoria is providing $1.6 million in funding to projects that are developing products sourced from recycled glass, plastic, paper and e-waste.
Coles is trialling a zero waste to landfill supermarket at Wentworth Point to kickstart a boost in sustainable processes throughout its stores.
Researchers at The University of British Columbia Okanagan are using polymers and natural stone slurry waste to make environmentally friendly stone composites.
UNSW and OzHarvest joined forces in early September to host a hackathon, where students workshopped the question: how can we reduce residential food waste in high-density urban environments?
More than 4000 homes are participating in a City of Sydney trial to divert food scraps from landfill by turning them into green energy or plant fertiliser.
Bin placement tips for rubbish collection day.
When you hear the word leachate, what comes to mind?
Odour management has always been an underlying challenge when it comes to waste management activities such as landfills.
A damning report on ABC's Four Corners program has revealed that it is currently cheaper to stockpile and landfill glass waste than to recycle it.
With hundreds of thousands of tonnes of re-usable and recyclable materials going to landfill each year in New Zealand, a new report by Eunomia has proposed raising the country's landfill levy from the current $10 per tonne to as high as $140 per tonne.
We all hear the horror stories of illegal landfill operations. What happens, however, when waste is recycled by placing it on land?
Anthony Carbines is inviting Melburnians to have their say on planning for Melbourne's future waste and recycling infrastructure requirements.
If you're about to undertake an emissions reduction activity, there's a good chance you may be eligible to generate Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), and with one ACCU awarded per tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent emission avoided, there is some big money to be made by selling them.