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Industry calls on ministers to start acting

Industry calls on ministers to start acting

Ahead of Friday's Ministerial Council Meeting, industry and green groups have banded together to call on Ministers...

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Knowing your waste streams

Knowing your waste streamsLock icon

For any waste to energy proponent, understanding your waste streams is vital in the planning process as this knowledge...

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Bundaberg assures residents of continued recycling collectionLock icon

In response to Ipswich City Council's plans and eventual back-flip to axe its recycling scheme rather than pass...

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Sponges made from waste to soak up oil spills

Scientists have developed a reusable sponge-like polymer to efficiently soak up oil spills in the world's oceans....

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Ipswich agrees to rethink contract

Ipswich agrees to rethink contract

After causing quite a stir last week, Ipswich City Council in South East Queensland has backflipped on its decision...

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SLR grows waste expertise

SLR grows waste expertise

SLR Consulting has appointed a technical director to strengthen its waste and resources management service in the...

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Circular economy legislation approved by European Parliament

The European Parliament has given the green light to the EU's landmark Circular Economy Package (CEP) after formally...

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A tyre solution for Toowoomba

Toowoomba in southern Queensland could soon be home to a tyre recycling plant.

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Products

A fast picker for light material

A fast picker for light material

ZenRobotics has extended its line of intelligent waste sorting robots.

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Conserve tackles contractor management

Conserve tackles contractor management

Conserve, a company set up by father and son Brian and Aaron Govindasamy, want to revolutionise contractor management...

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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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