A new ISO International Standard will assist the emerging worldwide market for plastic recovery and recycling.
The Australian Food and Grocery Council has advised the Senate Inquiry into the Management of Australia’s Waste Streams and the Drink Container Recycling Bill 2008 that there is no crisis in packaging waste and that Australia was progressing well towards recycling targets set by government.
A major educational anti-litter campaign has begun, targeting those travelling along the Hume Highway between Melbourne and Sydney.
The Enpac SafeEquip catalogue from Enware Australia includes recent additions to the range such as: the single Poly-Rack system for 205 L drums, the Poly-Tank Containment Unit 550 for storing hazardous liquid above ground, Poly-Spill cart for transporting drums, the Storm Sentinel catch basin insert, and various portable containment solutions.
WSN Environmental Solutions has reached a milestone in the rollout of its Macarthur Resource Recovery Park, with the Ecolibrium garden organics facility starting commissioning this week.
New waste legislation will offer economic incentives and rewards to businesses and councils that do their bit for waste reduction, said Environment Minister Trevor Mallard during the second reading of the Waste Minimisation Bill.
Residents across the Macarthur and Southern Highlands regions in NSW will collectively take a step to reduce their carbon footprint, when WSN Environmental Solutions’ leading-edge waste processing plant at Macarthur Resource Recovery Park starts commissioning in July.
TEC welcomes the introduction of legislation to the SA government tomorrow that seeks to ban single-use lightweight plastic bags in the state.
Improved management of the world's tropical forests has major implications for humanity's ability to reduce its contribution to climate change, according to a paper published in the international journal, Science.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has called on the ICT industry and Federal Government to consider adopting a two-pronged policy approach to reduce the environmental effects of e-waste by introducing a 'Take Back' policy for domestic and commercial ICT manufacturers.
Testo Australia has moved to a new office located in Croydon South, south-east of Melbourne.
Queensland's Griffith University has been approached by the United Nations research arm for managing electronic waste to create an Asia–Pacific hub dedicated to reducing the 40 million tonnes of e-waste produced each year worldwide.
The Cerabar S with Foundation Fieldbus monitors process efficiency with high speed and accuracy. Since the device acquires the measurement and processes it independently of other data traffic on the bus network, the response time is fast, making it suitable for critical control or safety interlocks.