UNSW and OzHarvest joined forces in early September to host a hackathon, where students workshopped the question: how can we reduce residential food waste in high-density urban environments?
In response to growing demand for an effective way to permanently remove PFAS from the environment, AECOM has collaborated with the University of Georgia to devise a reliable, permanent and cost-effective solution.
2019 could be the tipping-point year when the momentum of change embraces a circular economy, creating new jobs along with other sustainability benefits.
A rollout of soft plastics collection in New Zealand follows the successful restart of collections across the Auckland region.
UNSW Sydney's SMaRT Centre has received a 2019 BHERT Award for its recycling-focused research and development activities, conducted in collaboration with industry partners.
Downer's Rosehill asphalt plant and Reconomy facility have received a visit from Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews.
The Australian Turf Club has partnered with re-usable cup supplier WISE – It’s In Your Hands to prevent more than 500,000 single-use disposable plastic cups from ending up in landfill.
More than 4000 homes are participating in a City of Sydney trial to divert food scraps from landfill by turning them into green energy or plant fertiliser.
A research team from the University of Illinois has developed a method to break down polyurethane waste and turn it into useful products.
The Andrews Labor Government is providing Victoria's recycling sector with a $10 million loan to help resolve the state's waste crisis following the closure of SKM's recycling plants.
The City of Melbourne is embarking on an international search for innovative technologies that will expand and enhance its network of waste and recycling hubs.
The best thing organisations can do to mitigate the impact of increasing costs and social pressures is to implement an effective and long-term recycling solution.