Carbon emissions monitoring

23 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Ecotech Pty Ltd

Ecotech provides a wide range of carbon monitoring instruments and systems that measure CO2, hydrocarbons and CO emissions for stack and ambient applications.

Toxic vapour analyser

23 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Lear Siegler Australasia Pty Ltd

The TVA1000B is an 'over-the-shoulder' portable vapour analyser that offers both PID (photo ionisation detection) and FID (flame ionisation detection) in a single instrument.

Paint recycling service

23 April, 2008 | Supplied by: PlaceMakers

PlaceMakers has launched an environmental initiative in New Zealand to help customers recycle unwanted paint - providing a solution to an increasing environmental problem

Job scheduler chart for skip/hook operators

23 April, 2008 | Supplied by: ASP Software

Scheduling a bulk skip or hook lift delivery, exchange or pickup is now easier with the Wastedge graphical scheduler work planning board. It shows the user how many jobs are queued behind which drivers on any day, then lets you drag and drop jobs to reassign work amongst available drivers to better balance workloads.

Flap check valves

23 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Dwyer Instruments (Aust) Pty Ltd

The Series FPV plastic flap check valves are suitable where backflow could potentially cause damage to pumps, filters or process equipment.  The valves operate without the need for any adjustments or settings.

National carbon committee for waste industry

23 April, 2008

The Waste Management Association of Australia has moved to strengthen the voice of the waste industry in forming a National Carbon Committee as the government finalises the Australian Emissions Trading Scheme (AETS).

Organic farming to mitigate climate change

21 April, 2008

A 30-year scientific trial shows that organic practices can counteract up to 40% of global greenhouse gas output.

End of traditional landfill operation announced

21 April, 2008

Sydney recycler WSN Environmental Solutions will cease landfilling household waste at the WSN Macarthur Resource Recovery Park in July, signalling the start of a new era in waste management.

National conference to promote sustainability

18 April, 2008

An alliance of Australian universities has invited business, industry, government, schools and TAFE to a united conference to promote partnerships that will lead to improved sustainability.

Going Green Expo opens on World Environment Day

17 April, 2008

The Going Green Expo 2008 will provide businesses and consumers with the opportunity to explore a wide range of ‘green’ consumables, commercial products and technologies which offer a more sustainable and environmentally friendly approach to life in the workplace and at home.

Industry seeks ongoing commitment to managing packaging waste

16 April, 2008

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) has called on Environment Ministers to reject calls for a national container deposit system ahead of discussions at the Environment Protection and Heritage Council meeting in Melbourne.

Waste receiving unit

25 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Pump Systems Ltd

The Lackeby Products receiving unit is used for receiving, homogenisation and further transport of household and processing waste material. The unit is user designed to suit the type of received waste material and vehicles that deliver the material.

Closed-loop recycling program implementation

06 March, 2008

Sydney’s ANZ Stadium has set the precedent for recycling and environmental initiatives among stadiums in NSW by implementing a closed-loop recycling program at its 80,000 seat Homebush Bay site.

Calls for increased recycling and a reduction of greenhouse gases

03 March, 2008

Diageo Australia has announced its support for having effective means of recycling and reducing greenhouse gases following calls by Senator Steve Fielding, as well as those made recently by Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan, for an effective national container recycling scheme.

Companies team up to form next-generation carbon sink business

03 March, 2008

Patersons Capital Partners (PCP) plans to examine the potential to establish one of the world’s largest new-generation carbon sequestration and bioenergy businesses.

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