An independent audit has revealed that recycling information on consumer products and packaging is confusing for consumers and does not support better recycling.
UNSW's SMaRT Centre has developed a ‘material microsurgery' technique that can extract valuable materials and elements from complex waste items and reform them.
A world-class recycling facility will be built in Albury–Wodonga to substantially increase the amount of recycled PET plastic produced in Australia each year from local waste.
Yume and SUEZ have entered a partnership that is aimed at limiting commercial food waste in Australia.
A waste-to-energy facility in Dandenong, Victoria, has been given the go-ahead after Great Southern Waste Technologies, assisted by SMEC, gained environmental approval.
A team of researchers at Monash University is working on a process to turn end-of-life plastics and tyres into useful resources.
Monash research reveals the extent of microplastics in the environment and a little known contributor in a class of its own.
The council has rolled out an innovative road construction project, trialling a method that recycles existing road surfaces by reapplying them as part of a 'foamed asphalt' mix.
The modular recycling solution gives users the flexibility to select individual recycling bins for specific locations.
Carapac is a sustainable, durable, home compostable plastic packaging alternative made from crustacean shell waste.
The ST80, ST100 and MT100 Thermal Mass Flow Meters from Fluid Components International (FCI) are suitable for waste-to-energy incineration plants.
A new research hub designed to address Australia's overflowing landfill waste is now being developed.
REDWAVE MATE is an artificial intelligence system designed to monitor and optimise recycling plants.