Metso has expanded its waste recycling product range with the launch of its M&J K-series pre-shredders.
A new program steered by the Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre aims to transform food waste into innovative high-value products.
Qantas has raised the sustainability bar for the airline industry by launching what is claimed to be the world's first zero-waste commercial flight.
Researchers have designed a recyclable plastic that can be broken down to molecular constituents and then rebuilt, without compromising performance or quality.
SAGE Automation has increased production of its smart container deposit machines following the successful uptake of Queensland's Containers for Change scheme, launched in November 2018.
The Australian recycling industry has jointly responded to footage aired on current affairs program 60 Minutes, arguing that the program did not accurately convey the achievements of the industry.
City of Melbourne councillors will consider the Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy 2030, which proposes a domestic food waste collection service and more shared waste hubs for businesses.
The Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia has opened design submissions for the label, calling on 'one and all' to get involved.
A new independent think tank — Ewaste Watch — is launching in Australia to tackle the nation's accumulating e-waste.
Close the Loop's Peter Tamblyn has been announced as Chairman of the Australian Council of Recycling, with the appointment set to boost discussion on the circular economy.
New research highlights a staggering 94% of Australians are making recycling mistakes despite 60% being extremely confident in their recycling habits.
Crushed glass sand and recycled plastic strips have been used in a footpath construction project in the Hunter region, trialling environmentally sustainable materials.
Downer and Roads ACT have partnered with Close the Loop to repurpose plastics and glass to make asphalt.
Equine Air is a horse track surface made from a mix of recycled tyre rubber. The product can be used for synthetic fibre tracks, sand tracks, mounting yards, horse walks and associated areas.
A NSW poll has shown strong public support for red-bin recycling, affirming the state government's recent move to secure the future of the alternative waste treatment industry.