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.
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.
A new Chief Executive Officer has been appointed at South Australia's Waste and Recycling Industry Association.
An initiative launched by CouriersPlease and sustainable sock company Manrags spells good news for textile recycling in Australia.
The city signed a commercial contract with sustainability technology company Matter to equip bins in public spaces with smart waste sensors.
As parts of North America begin to emerge from lockdown, New Zealand company Kalakoa Swim has seen a surge in interest for its sustainability-conscious bikinis.