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.
A rollout of soft plastics collection in New Zealand follows the successful restart of collections across the Auckland region.
The City of Melbourne is embarking on an international search for innovative technologies that will expand and enhance its network of waste and recycling hubs.
The best thing organisations can do to mitigate the impact of increasing costs and social pressures is to implement an effective and long-term recycling solution.
Sustainable food systems expert Mark Barthel has been called upon to help Australia address the $20 billion of food wasted every year.
The City of Melbourne will fast-track elements of its Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy to address the state's recycling crisis.
The Victorian Waste Management Association is urging Victorians to keep recycling despite interruption to the state's waste and recycling network.
The NOREC recycling process is taking steps to produce environmentally friendly packaging by converting plastic materials into re-usable bags.
South West Regional Waste Group has called on the commercial waste management sector to submit proposals on strategies and technologies that will divert the region's waste from landfill.
Western Sydney has seen unprecedented growth, yet councils in the area are not seeing waste management infrastructure put in place to accommodate the increase.