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Organics will struggle to meet targets without govt support

Vision 2031, the 10-year roadmap for the Australian Organics Recycling Industry was launched at the AORA conference on June 28, 2022.  A record number of attendees joined the AORA Board and team for the three-day event. Part of the conference included an on-site machinery demonstration on Monday 27 June, followed by two days of thought-provoking … 118

50m3 of flood debris cleared at Tweed Heads

More than 50 cubic meters of flood debris and a 12-tonne pontoon has been cleared from the sensitive Ukerebagh Nature … 50

Turmec wins $44 million contract to build C&D waste processing plant in Brisbane

Turmec, an international provider of waste processing and recycling solutions, has announced that it has been awarded a $44 million … 256

Envirostream and Battery World partner to keep batteries from landfill

More than 160 tonnes worth of batteries will be saved from landfill following a landmark partnership between Battery World and … 62

Winners announced for circular economy awards

SA’s Deputy Premier and Minister for Climate, Environment and Water Dr Susan Close has announced the 2022 winners of Green … 65

Circular Economy

Taking plastic bag recycling to a new level

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The case for expanding Container Deposit Schemes

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ALGA welcomes government move on circular economy

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Features, Industry News, Tasmania

Tasmanian govt expands use of recycled materials in roads

The Tasmanian government is expanding the use of recycled materials for new roads. It has been using recycled rubber from … 0 69

EPA targets industrial estate over high pollution in Hawkesbury River

Premises in the Dunheved Industrial Estate are being targeted by the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and Penrith City Council … 0 150

TP-Link joins MobileMuster program

MobileMuster, the telecommunications industry’s product stewardship program, has announced hardware manufacturer TP-Link as the latest business to join the expanding … 0 113
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Turning residual plastic into fuel and nanomaterials

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Nanomaterials – smarter way to deal with plastics


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Poor excuse from council over mixed waste issue

The recent exposure of a Canterbury-Bankstown Council garbage truck dumping both the red and yellow lid bin in the same … 0 249
Opinion, Western Australia

WA opens up second round of WasteSorted school grants

The second round of WasteSorted Schools grant funding for 2022 is now open for applications.0 48

Woolies and Pact looking to partner on packaging

Woolworths Group and Pact are working to establish a new partnership to boost circular packaging, which could see up to … 0 99

Wastewater to be turned into carbon-neutral gas

Construction has started on a $16 million project that will turn waste flowing to Australia’s largest wastewater treatment plant into … 0 149

Women In Industry Awards nominations extended

Did you miss out on getting a nomination in for the Women in Industry Awards? Nominations have been extended and … 0 85