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Better separation of glass from kerbside will improve Australia's recycling

Better separation of glass from kerbside will improve Australia's recyclingLock icon

Overseas countries with strong collection, recycling and reprocessing rates with high-quality materials have a...

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Circular economy could bring billions of dollars in benefits to Auckland

Circular economy could bring billions of dollars in benefits to Auckland

Moving away from the traditional take-make-waste model to a more sustainable one could bring more than $8 billion...

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Ballarat Council close to securing waste to energy deal

The City of Ballarat is close to securing a private investor for its long awaited waste-to-energy processing facility...

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IFAT day 3: pulling out the big guns Lock icon

During day three of IFAT in Munich, attendees descended on the event as quickly as the rain did and boy, did the...

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New Australian CRC to combat food waste launching soon

New Australian CRC to combat food waste launching soon

A new Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) will be launched in July to bring together industry, academics...

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The broader effects of China's import ban in WA

The broader effects of China's import ban in WALock icon

The China import ban has had a broader effect on the industry with some materials experiencing a drop in value...

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Garbage truck incident takes the life of homeless Sydney man

A man that was believed to be homeless has died after being found trapped under a garbage truck after being hit...

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AB InBev going against the grain with its circular economy thinkingLock icon

Belgian beverage and brewing company Anheuser-Busch (AB) InBev produces tonnes of grain residues every year and...

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Products

TOMRA signs up 100,000 new recyclers

TOMRA signs up 100,000 new recyclers

Over 100,000 people have now downloaded the myTOMRA recycling app since the December 1 launch of the Return and...

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20 top start-ups at IFAT

20 top start-ups at IFAT

Next week, the Inside Waste team will be in Munich, Germany, for IFAT. We will be reporting from the event, bringing...

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Research & Reports

E-waste mining could be more cost-effective than mining virgin materials

E-waste mining could be more cost-effective than mining virgin materials

A new academic article published by Environmental Science & Technology has suggested that the potential benefits...

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