Charles Sturt Council has been using recycled plastic fibres known as Emesh for a number of new footpath and community upgrades.
The City of Sydney is inviting 100 apartment buildings and 300 houses to join a food scraps collection trial, set to commence in mid-2019.
Successive NSW governments have spent the past 18 years spreading waste from household red bins across farms, in a bid to reduce landfill and rejuvenate soil.
Plastic bags and soft plastic remain the largest problem items in recycling bins, according to a survey of randomly selected bins by Willoughby City Council.
Frasers Property is aiming to create the world's most sustainable shopping centre at Burwood Brickworks in Melbourne, requiring a focus on innovative waste minimisation.
The Energy from Waste (EfW) Technology Parliamentary Inquiry was established to inquire into matters relating to the waste disposal industry in NSW.
The OPEC Systems Shoreline Responders Course is a nationally accredited marine pollution remediation course, suitable for traditional land owners as well as employees from local government and ports and harbours.
System 001, deployed by The Ocean Cleanup, is designed to be propelled by wind and waves, allowing it to passively catch and concentrate plastic debris in front of it.
The effectiveness of recycling services across Australia is being seriously questioned, according to a new survey from UNSW Sydney.
The Greens have expressed criticism over the 2025 Packaging Targets, while the WMAA calls the Australasian Recycling Label a missed opportunity.