Scientists in the UK have built a wearable electrical device from the sorts of rubbish that could be found in an office waste bin.
Queenslanders are being urged to have a better relationship with their food as the state looks to halve its food waste by 2030.
From tools to toys, wristwatches to remote controls, alarm clocks to portable radios — there are currently over 150 million loose or removable used batteries waiting to be disposed of.
Rino Recycling gains approval to supply recycled material to the Department of Main Roads.
Researchers have used a hydrothermal deconstruction process to convert PPE waste into water and vinegar.
Qenos and Cleanaway are planning to develop a feasibility study of plastic-to-plastic advanced recycling, which has been welcomed by the Australian Food and Grocery Council.
Sydney Water is partnering with the Restaurant and Catering Association of Australia (R&CA) to tackle the problem of fats, oils and greases (FOGS) and reduce fatbergs.
Cornell University engineers have come up with a solution to sustainably recycle used surgical masks, plastic face shields, and medical gloves and gowns.
The Metso Outotec Index operating and production data collection system from its metal recycling business transfers relevant data from the recycling machine directly to the user's equipment.
The circular economy evolution and AI technology can provide enormous opportunities in the context of waste management and reuse, according to Professor Naidu.
Australia generates around 450,000 tonnes or 56 million of end-of-life tyres on average, every year.
The Tyre Export Ban came into effect on 1 December 2021 and Australia now has a challenge: what do we do with the 70,000 tonnes of tyres once sent offshore each year?