One of Australia's largest and most dangerous tyre stockpiles has been transformed, in an operation led by the EPA Victoria with the support of Tyrecycle.
Waste Expo Australia is over for another year, with the annual conference and exhibition inspiring and educating more than 3000 visitors from the waste management and resource recovery sector across two days earlier this month.
The Andrews Labor government will ban single-use, lightweight plastic shopping bags in Victoria.
The ABC's Four Corners program has revealed that firefighting foam containing perfluorinated chemicals known as PFAS was used at Australian Department of Defence bases until as recently as 2012, resulting in severe groundwater contamination at 18 bases across Australia.
TechCollect is calling on Australians to consider the environmental impact of not recycling their electronic waste (e-waste), with a new survey finding that one in five people (22%) consider themselves hoarders of old electronic devices.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced a US$32 million, multi-agency plan to reduce the city's rat population, targeting the three most infested parts of the city.
The Series 629C wet/wet differential pressure transmitter monitors differential pressure of air and compatible gases and liquids with 0.5% accuracy.
Traditionally, the recycling industry has always looked at the three Rs — reduce, re-use, recycle. But Professor Veena Sahajwalla from the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT) is challenging this thinking with her 'new science of green manufacturing' that looks at the fourth R — reform.
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is calling on members, operators and stakeholders in the waste sector to sign the 'Waste of Origin' pledge.
Office and retail refurbishment generates over 55,000 t of waste every year in the Sydney CBD alone at an average rate of 63 t/1000m2.
With 42% of food produced in Australia currently ending up as waste — either during the production and manufacturing stages or via the end consumer — over 50 industry and research organisations have come together to do something about it.
Danish company Really has engineered a solution to upcycle end-of-life textile waste into a valuable material that is suitable for furniture and interior design.
Partnering with Telstra on a trial project, the City of Joondalup set specific goals aimed at transforming Tom Simpson Park, Mullaloo, into a smart park by embracing the IoT.
Veolia's Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) facility officially opened on Friday, 8 September in Tarago, 240 km southwest of Sydney. The facility will receive household waste from a number of Sydney councils and is set to change the way we process our red-lidded bins' contents.
Christchurch is putting a 100% electric residential waste collection truck into service.