How waste management operators are building trust and renewing their social licence to operate as residential areas encroach and the spectre of land conflicts arises.
The Biofeed Separator is an innovative, scalable and proven food waste management technology that sustainably closes the loop on all types of food waste.
A trial returning cotton textile waste to cotton fields in Goondiwindi, Queensland, shows promising results.
Scientists at Chalmers University of Technology are working on technology to extract carbon from waste and use it to make renewable plastics.
Quantum dots, also called artificial atoms, have been using spent grain as a source of carbon.
Intended to solve the problem of plastic waste in the region, the hub will boost collaboration between researchers, communities, governments and businesses.
The CSIRO has released research that shows the level of plastics pollution on beaches has been cut by almost a third.
Scientists in Japan have developed a method of extracting hydrogen peroxide from spent coffee grounds and tea leaf residue.
Tens of thousands of wind turbine blades will end up in landfill within a decade unless end-of-life programs are established, according to a study led by UniSA.
Scipher Technologies has received $15m in funding to advance urban mining technologies that optimise raw material and commodity recovery contained in end-of-life electronic and electrical equipment.
SOTI's latest research report, Reduce, Reuse, Rethink: From Discard Mentality to Tech Sustainability, highlights the premature disposal of devices in enterprise settings.