IKEA has acquired a 12.5% stake in New Zealand plastic waste deep tech company NILO, an Auckland-based company focused on turning waste plastics into new products.
A widely used compostable plastic has been found to persist unchanged in marine environments for at least 14 months, according to a study.
Solid waste management is a crucial yet overlooked factor in achieving a circular economy.
AWRE is set to offer an exciting agenda of events across the two days, with registration now open.
EXAIR manufactures industrial duty vacuums for chip removal, liquid transfer and cleaning.
UniSA researchers are using AI to work out how best to manage waste collections from public rubbish bins.
Local Government Waste Solutions has encouraged NSW councils and regional waste groups to develop waste reduction projects that support the transition to a circular economy.
Researchers at the University of Sydney and ABRI have teamed up to champion the safe and sustainable expansion of NSW's lithium battery recycling industry.
Combining SGS's services with Envirosuite’s platform will allow users to manage compliance requirements and make more informed operating decisions.
The V12so Odour Control Cannon combines four different functions in one machine — eliminate odours, dust suppression, cooling and disinfection.
Waste Expo Australia will see one of the largest gatherings of waste and resource recovery professionals gather in Melbourne to discuss strategies to reduce waste overall as well as reducing the amount of waste heading to landfill.
The Maryvale energy from waste (EfW) project has achieved another milestone with EPA Victoria approving an $8 million bottom ash recycling facility to be co-located with the EfW facility.
The NSSN has worked with universities from across NSW to understand the state's water management capabilities.
The Firefly (MMAD_5) Digester System is a small-scale, modular, on-site waste management system that has been specifically designed to meet the needs of commercial waste producers.
How waste management operators are building trust and renewing their social licence to operate as residential areas encroach and the spectre of land conflicts arises.