Car bumper bars and other plastic items are being diverted from landfill to resurface roads in the City of Melbourne.
A UK study reveals that lithium-ion battery recycling technologies are not keeping pace with the increasing uptake of electric vehicles.
To coincide with the start of National Recycling Week, TOMRA has launched a drought recycling appeal called Bottles for the Bush.
Researchers may have found a use for tens of millions of tons of waste coal ash — one that could help make concrete more durable and crack-free.
Life cycle assessment (LCA) has been the toolbox for sustainable products for decades, but hasn't yet gained the expected level of popularity.
Cleanaway Waste Management has acquired the assets of the SKM Recycling Group, including properties, plant and equipment.
Since the state government's e-waste to landfill ban, many Victorians are disposing of their e-waste correctly, but most are still storing old electronics at home, resulting in valuable resources sitting idle.
The recent global waste recycling crisis has focused us on the importance of developing localised markets for recyclable materials.
An industry survey has revealed that Australia's waste and recycling sector is keen to back Prime Minister Scott Morrison's $20 million funding by creating additional jobs and boosting investment.
Method recycling bins are designed to optimise recycling and waste for the modern space. The 60 L recycling bins can be placed together to form flexible recycling stations, located throughout a facility.
The FPD PRO from FPD Recycling is a fully automated robotic flat panel display (FPD) depollution machine that can process 60 FPDs per hour, including televisions, monitors and laptops.
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Beverage company Lion has announced that it is the first major brewer in Australia to partner with national soft plastic recycling initiative REDcycle.
More than 20 million tonnes of waste is still landfilled in Australia each year. Processed engineered fuel (PEF) has potential to harness energy value from this waste.
Throughout the 2019 financial year, Coles reported that shoppers recycled enough soft plastic to circumvent the globe one and a half times.