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EnviroSuite offloads $15M consulting practice

EnviroSuite offloads $15M consulting practice

EnviroSuite Limited have announced that it has entered into a binding agreement to sell its entire Pacific Environment Consulting practice - including DLA Environmental - to one of the world's leading environmental and sustainability consulting group,...

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$3M to tackle organic waste

$3M to tackle organic waste

The NSW EPA is calling on councils, waste and/or organics processing companies, and not-for-profit organisations to apply for grants of up to $3 million.

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Arcadis appointed West Gate Tunnel environmental auditor

Arcadis appointed West Gate Tunnel environmental auditor

Consulting firm Arcadis has won the West Gate Tunnel Project - Independent Reviewer and Environmental Auditor (IREA) Services contract in Melbourne.

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New 'printed' batteries to transform Australian renewables

New 'printed' batteries to transform Australian renewables

Ultra-thin, flexible screen-printed batteries for cheap portable devices and intermittent renewable energy could soon be a reality due to a joint University of New South Wales and Queensland project, which aims to further develop and commercialise technology...

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Plastic recycling company to close its doors

Plastic recycling company to close its doors

Adelaide plastic recycling company, Plastics Granulating Services (PGS) will be shutting its doors. Its managing director says high power bills have crippled the business.

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Fire at Tyremil site; Qld government to fast track RIS

Fire at Tyremil site; Qld government to fast track RISLock icon

Tony Di Carlo's Tyremil business has come under fire again, after a blaze broke out at his Rocklea site, 9km south of Brisbane this week - the second since 2016. Waste, Recycling Industry Association Qld (WRIQ) told Inside Waste it is an ongoing problem...

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The government's new energy plans will leave investors less confident than ever

The government's new energy plans will leave investors less confident than ever

Australians should be deeply concerned about the signals coming from the Turnbull government since this month's release of Chief Scientist Alan Finkel's landmark report on the future of Australia's electricity system.

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Interested in a role that will give you wings?

Interested in a role that will give you wings?

CONTENT AND COMMUNITY MANAGER: Mayfam Media, publisher of this website, has an exciting development program in place and we are looking for an experienced, motivated and passionate manager for our community engagement and recognition programs, including...

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Batteries paving the path to a cleaner and greener future

Batteries paving the path to a cleaner and greener futureLock icon

Chief scientist Dr. Alan Finkel's Review of the National Electricity Market (NEM) released last week highlighted the urgent need for a shift to a renewables based energy market.

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Large-scale investment and what it means for Non-Destructive Digging

Large-scale investment and what it means for Non-Destructive Digging

Large-scale investment into Australian infrastructure means that our concrete landscape is set to change. There may be opportunities for the construction industry, but what will happen to the waste produced?

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