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SA water management tech hitting the global market

SA water management tech hitting the global market

Micromet has deployed its Generation 3 water treatment technology, which uses electrolysis to remove pollutants from contaminated water - such as sewage, grey water, and industrial effluents - in the major port and industrial Chinese city of Ningbo.

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No go for joint waste procurement

No go for joint waste procurement

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has denied authorisation to Council Solutions and five metropolitan Adelaide councils that applied to jointly procure waste management services.

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Dealing with post collection contamination

Dealing with post collection contamination

Fourth generation, family-owned organics recycler Jeffries believes that the organics sector is growing, particularly from a feedstock and marketing of end products point of view. However, despite more potential markets today, there are challenges that...

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1414 Degrees increasing renewable energy efficiency and grid stability

1414 Degrees increasing renewable energy efficiency and grid stability

Adelaide company 1414 Degrees is set to transform the global energy environment with a solution to help reduce energy costs by increasing the efficiency of renewable generation and stabilising grid supply.

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Search is on for big ideas in global waste management

Search is on for big ideas in global waste management

An Australian business accelerator is on the hunt for solutions to the growing global waste problem that can be quickly brought to market.

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SA EPA targets "irresponsible truck drivers"

SA EPA targets "irresponsible truck drivers"

The South Australian EPA has recommenced Operation Cover-Up, targeting irresponsible drivers who fail to properly cover waste material while being transported

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Back to basics with EvoQuip and OPS Australia

Back to basics with EvoQuip and OPS Australia

Terex Materials Processing has launched a new brand - EvoQuip - that will offer a portfolio of products to address the needs of the compact crushing and screening markets.

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COAG agrees to move forward with NEM reform

COAG agrees to move forward with NEM reform

State and territory ministers have agreed on the development of a national plan to ensure the nation's energy security and reliability during Friday's emergency COAG energy council meeting in Melbourne.

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Creating investment certainty in any project

Creating investment certainty in any project

SA is miles ahead when it comes to resource recovery, particularly in the organics, C&D and C&I space but is it about to take its next leap?

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What went wrong?

What went wrong?

In the aftermath of the SA blackout, federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg and other state and territory ministers have called an emergency COAG energy council meeting in Melbourne on Friday to consider uniform renewable energy targets (RET) and a formal...

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