With multiple environmental benefits, bioplastics could be vital in helping solve the world's plastic problem.
The summit gathered 200 delegates from government, industry and community sectors to address the problem of plastic waste.
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.
The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo opens tomorrow — bringing together the waste, recycling and resource recovery sector.
The Amazon effect has caused an exponential rise in the use of packaging and freight, and as a result, environmental packaging solutions are on the rise.
Looking to divert used coffee grounds from landfill, a coffee-loving engineering lecturer and his students from RMIT University turned to the construction industry.
ACOR is concerned that the NSW EPA's proposed ban on resource recovery from municipal solid waste will negatively impact the state's environment and economy.
In a bid to reduce food waste, Kellogg's Australia will list surplus raw materials via a platform designed by Yume — an innovative online B2B marketplace for the sale of quality surplus food.
Ahead of International E-Waste Day, the United Nations University has released a report estimating that global e-waste will more than double by 2050 to reach approximately 111 million tonnes per year.
WWF-Australia has rated the nation's states and territories on their efforts to tackle single-use plastics — NSW and Victoria fall at the bottom of the scorecard.
Green Distillation Technologies has signed an agreement worth up to $50 million to establish up to five tyre recycling plants in South Africa.
It is essential to obtain a better understanding of plasma gasification (PG) and its impacts on the environment, society and the economy. PG is a technology that could be used to divert waste from landfill.
The NSW EPA has published two documents to help the construction and demolition industry strengthen their waste disposal processes.
An EY report has revealed that — by failing to correctly handle our recyclable materials — Australia could be missing out on $324 million each year.
In response to growing demand for an effective way to permanently remove PFAS from the environment, AECOM has collaborated with the University of Georgia to devise a reliable, permanent and cost-effective solution.