A research team from the University of Illinois has developed a method to break down polyurethane waste and turn it into useful products.
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.
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 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.
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.
A team of international scientists has found an eco-friendly way to produce potential sunscreens from cashew nut shells.
Lithium Australia has developed a technique to produce refined lithium phosphate using spent Li-ion batteries as a feed material.
The city of Rome is fighting plastic waste by awarding metro credit to commuters who recycle their PET bottles.
Sustainable food systems expert Mark Barthel has been called upon to help Australia address the $20 billion of food wasted every year.
The City of Melbourne will fast-track elements of its Waste and Resource Recovery Strategy to address the state's recycling crisis.
The Victorian Waste Management Association is urging Victorians to keep recycling despite interruption to the state's waste and recycling network.
Research from The University of Auckland has discovered that chicken feathers can be used as a base for a fire retardant.
A $2.5 million paper sorting facility has opened in Truganina, West Melbourne, to process 39,000 tonnes of recycled paper a year.
South West Regional Waste Group has called on the commercial waste management sector to submit proposals on strategies and technologies that will divert the region's waste from landfill.