SUSTAINABILITY

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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HP Australia leads the country in print cartridge recycling

HP Australia leads the country in print cartridge recycling

HP Australia has become the first organisation in the country to have significantly achieved the milestone of printing 10 million print cartridges through its partnership with the Cartridges for Planet Ark (C4PA) program.

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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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Entries now open for 2017 Premier's Sustainability Awards

Entries now open for 2017 Premier's Sustainability Awards

Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Victoria is encouraging businesses and government organisations active in environmental protection to enter the 2017 Premier's Sustainability Awards.

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Future Focus: Waste to Energy - fact and fiction

Future Focus: Waste to Energy - fact and fiction

'Waste to energy' - a three word phrase that sounds great and conjures up solutions, but the devil is in the details and beware anyone in local government, media or the public who thinks all W2E options are the same, better than landfill, and are easy....

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Federal budget receives polarising reception from industry experts

Federal budget receives polarising reception from industry experts

Several environmentalist and energy experts have slammed the Federal budget, saying that it neglects one of the country's most pressing issues - climate change, while public spending is prioritising subsidies for fossil fuels instead of on renewable energy...

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Australia has "furthest to go" on climate change

Australia has "furthest to go" on climate change

Australia has the "highest embedded carbon" of any group in the S&P Global 1200 index though improvements is being made, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices.

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Australian start-up aims to mass-produce EVs and build a gigafactory

Australian start-up aims to mass-produce EVs and build a gigafactory

An Australian start-up headed up by the former head of climate change at PwC Australia has revealed plans to mass-produce autonomous electric vehicles, as well as potentially building a battery gigafactory in the country within just a few years.

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Waste 2017: Critical factors for the circular economy in print media

Waste 2017: Critical factors for the circular economy in print media

Giving a perspective from the newspaper and magazine industry, News Corp Australia's head of environment Dr Tony Wilkins took the stand on day two of Waste 2017 at Coffs Harbour to share the organisation's great successes all around the concept of the...

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