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Sydney NYE celebrations now to go green

Sydney NYE celebrations now to go green

Sydney's New Year's Eve party is known worldwide for its excess and its impressive displays of fireworks and pyrotechnics, but all that could change this year as a new plan to tackle climate change is implemented and the budget being reallocated for new...

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Sydney Water conducting research on food waste to energy

Sydney Water conducting research on food waste to energy

Sydney Water, in collaboration with the University of Wollongong, is conducting an innovative research project where food waste is being added to sewage through a co-digestion process for the generation of additional green energy.

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Waste 2017: Achieving better outcomes in new builds

Waste 2017: Achieving better outcomes in new builds

At Waste 2017 in Coffs Harbour earlier this month, one area that was discussed at length was strategic waste management planning, particularly in areas with rapid population growth and new residential developments.

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GDT joins organisation working towards setting standard for carbon

GDT joins organisation working towards setting standard for carbon

Australian tyre recycler GDT has joined ASTM International, the organisation that sets international standards for materials.

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Four NSW companies fined close to $100,000

Four NSW companies fined close to $100,000

Four waste companies in Sydney and NSW have been fined a total of $91,500 by the NSW EPA for environmental offences.

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C&D waste in a state of flux

C&D waste in a state of flux

A number of recent Court rulings around the country, as well as a delay in the introduction of NSW's package of New Minimum Standards for Managing Construction and Demolition Waste in NSW have left the management of construction and demolition (C&D) waste...

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Waste 2017: How to successful deliver an energy from waste project

Waste 2017: How to successful deliver an energy from waste project

Arup Australasian resource & waste management leader Joyanne Manning took the stand on day three of Waste 2017 at Coffs Harbour to share with those in attendance the key factors needed to successfully deliver an energy from waste project in Australia....

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Interstate waste to Queensland up 40% in one year

Interstate waste to Queensland up 40% in one year

Queensland recently released its 2016 Waste and Recycling Report. The report refers to a number of incremental gains in landfill diversion, but the headline number is the 40% leap in the tonnes of waste received at Queensland landfills from interstate....

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Snowy Hydro and SMEC reunite for Snowy 2.0 feasibility study

Snowy Hydro and SMEC reunite for Snowy 2.0 feasibility study

Snowy Hydro Limited and the Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation Australia (SMEC) will join forces once again to carry out the feasibility study into the potential expansion of the Snowy Scheme's pumped hydro storage capability.

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Waste 2017: Understanding The Next Generation (video)

Waste 2017: Understanding The Next Generation (video)

At Impact Environmental's Waste 2017 conference last week, Dial A Dump Industries (DADI) CEO Ian Malouf took to the stage to detail the company's plan to build The Next Generation, a $700 million energy from waste facility in Eastern Creek, 35km west...

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