The Metso Outotec Index operating and production data collection system from its metal recycling business transfers relevant data from the recycling machine directly to the user's equipment.
The circular economy evolution and AI technology can provide enormous opportunities in the context of waste management and reuse, according to Professor Naidu.
Australia generates around 450,000 tonnes or 56 million of end-of-life tyres on average, every year.
The Tyre Export Ban came into effect on 1 December 2021 and Australia now has a challenge: what do we do with the 70,000 tonnes of tyres once sent offshore each year?
How waste management operators are dealing with new challenges to operate in residential areas as land conflicts arise14 December, 2021 by Alex Zamudio, Environmental Intelligence Advisor at Envirosuite | Supplied by: Envirosuite Operations Pty Ltd
Communities are increasingly impatient about slow and indecisive responses to odour complaints, so it is more important than ever that operators can minimise uncertainty.
UNSW SMaRT Centre Director and microrecycling scientist Professor Veena Sahajwalla has been named as the Australian of the Year, New South Wales in 2022.
The partnership of REDcycle and iQ Renew will help to transform the resource recovery of plastic waste, eventually creating packaging-to-packaging recycling.
CEFC's first investment under the Advancing Hydrogen Fund will help develop a local hydrogen economy while driving down emissions in the transport sector.
The South Australian facility is designed to process 60,000 tonnes of yellow bin recyclables every year and meet the Council of Australian Government's Export Ban requirements.
New collection vehicles launched by Veolia and Whyalla City Council are set to do more than pick up the towns' recycling and waste.
The Environment Protection Authority has appointed Ernestina Di Marco as its first Chief Investigator.