BSC CEO Libby Chaplin and Curtin University Professor Peter Newman have called for immediate action on EV battery stewardship and recycling.
Emerson is helping HaloSep to optimise its process that turns hazardous incinerator flue gas residue from waste-to-energy plants into usable materials.
IKEA has acquired a 12.5% stake in New Zealand plastic waste deep tech company NILO, an Auckland-based company focused on turning waste plastics into new products.
Households and small businesses in Australia now have an option to dispose of expanded polystyrene packaging waste to be recycled.
A widely used compostable plastic has been found to persist unchanged in marine environments for at least 14 months, according to a study.
Brookfield Properties has been awarded a CitySwitch Award in recognition of its Breaking the Plastic Habit program in Australia.
In a collaborative project between Australian businesses and organisations, a novel steel manufacturing process using waste rubber feedstock has been commercialised.
Simply Cups has been recognised as an Alternative Destination under the Australasian Recycling Label, giving instructions on how to recycle paper cups.
REMONDIS Australia has secured a pelletising unit that converts old plastics to pellets used as feedstock in making materials for similar products.
Polypropylene is a common plastic that is used for a wide variety of products, accounting for about 28% of the world's plastic waste.
AWRE is set to offer an exciting agenda of events across the two days, with registration now open.
Essity has launched a large-scale trial to find a better way to dispose of used incontinence products.
Scientists at the University of Portsmouth are using enzyme technology to develop a solution for the growing pile of polyester clothing waste.