TOMRA Sorting Recycling AUTOSORT COLOR for separating glass from MSW

12 December, 2018 | Supplied by: TOMRA Sorting Solutions Pty Ltd

TOMRA Sorting Recycling has introduced AUTOSORT COLOR, a machine that works in combination with AUTOSORT LASER to effectively separate glass from municipal solid waste.

How can mobile phone recycling help gorilla populations?

07 December, 2018

Did you know that the old mobile phone in your top drawer could be linked to the dramatic decline of gorilla populations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo?

EREMA VACUNITE PET recycling process

29 November, 2018 | Supplied by: CEMAC technologies

VACUNITE technology brings together EREMA's VACUREMA bottle-to-bottle process with vacuum-supported solid state polycondensation (SSP) from Polymetrix.

AI and computer vision for waste treatment process monitoring

27 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Broadspectrum

To improve recovery ratios, a real-time monitoring system is required as part of the mechanical waste segregation process — a limitation of current technologies.

Australia's poor most exposed to polluting facilities

16 November, 2018

The Australian Conservation Foundation has revealed that 90% of polluting facilities are in postcodes with low–middle weekly household incomes.

WasteMaster food waste reduction system

15 November, 2018 | Supplied by: WasteMaster Pacific

The WasteMaster system reduces the weight and volume of food waste by up to 80%, producing a compost-like and odourless residual material.

Soft plastics and toner cartridges turned into asphalt additive

14 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Close the Loop Limited

TonerPlas is an asphalt additive made up of recycled plastic bags, toner cartridges and glass bottles.

Detpak RecycleMe System for takeaway cups

14 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Detpak Pty Ltd

Detpak's RecycleMe System enables takeaway coffee cups to be saved from landfill and commercially recycled into copy paper, closing the loop for industry.

SA council reinforces concrete with recycled plastic

13 November, 2018

Charles Sturt Council has been using recycled plastic fibres known as Emesh for a number of new footpath and community upgrades.

New life for recycled textiles

12 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Broadspectrum

Although waste is an inextricably linked by-product of human existence, Broadspectrum strives to collaborate with government, business and community to manage waste in an intelligent manner.

Milk bottles turned into fence posts for farmers

12 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Fonterra Brands Australia Pty Ltd

New Zealand dairy cooperative Fonterra has teamed up with start-up Future Post to turn milk bottles and other plastics into fence posts for farms.

City of Sydney to trial food scraps collection

09 November, 2018

The City of Sydney is inviting 100 apartment buildings and 300 houses to join a food scraps collection trial, set to commence in mid-2019.

Upton criticises NSW EPA over farm fertiliser scandal

07 November, 2018 by Lauren Davis

Successive NSW governments have spent the past 18 years spreading waste from household red bins across farms, in a bid to reduce landfill and rejuvenate soil.

Soft plastics still a problem in recycling bins

02 November, 2018

Plastic bags and soft plastic remain the largest problem items in recycling bins, according to a survey of randomly selected bins by Willoughby City Council.

Queensland Containers for Change scheme launches

01 November, 2018 | Supplied by: TOMRA Collection Solutions Australia

Queensland residents are now able to claim 10c per eligible container returned at any recycling centres launched as part of the Queensland Containers for Change scheme.

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