By Yong Lin, Kyle O’Farrell
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Since the 1950s, plastic use has grown dramatically, generating innumerable improvements in packaging, medicine, engineering, consumer goods and many other products. However, our global reliance on a group of synthetic materials that are not part of natural systems is also responsible for significant impacts on human health, plants and animals, and the environment more widely in the form of carbon emissions.
By Helen Millicer In 2020, the Australian Government became the first country in the world to introduce sweeping bans on the export of waste. Under the Recycling and Waste Reduction Act, Read More
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When it comes to gadgets – whether it be a computer, television or mobile phone – with every upside, there is a downside. While gadgets and gizmos have certainly made our lives easier overRead More
REMONDIS Australia has introduced one of the world’s first hydrogen-powered waste collection trucks to its operations. After trials, the carbon emission-free truck participated in its first scheduledRead More
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Plastic piping has transformed the way we live, delivering essential services and utilities to our homes and communities. With the increased focus on reducing our environmental footprint and transitioning from a lineal to a circular economy, plastic pipes have many advantages over alternative materials and are becoming preferred material of choice to replace and upgrade pipes throughout the world.
By Richard Kirkman
Three years ago, I landed on these shores fresh from working for more than 25 years for the utilities sector in Northern Europe. I have seen many positive changes in the resource recovery landscape since I arrived, but there remains, in my opinion, the need to pivot the ambition of the circular economy supply chain, and this will mean change for all those involved. But this change will create a massive opportunity for commercial growth and
By Katherine Driscoll
Since the world started changing – through the COVID-19 pandemic – with restrictions and shortages, the procurement of waste services has not been exempt from new challenges. In addition to the pandemic, there have been a number of other new challenges, such as the merger and rearranging of significant waste infrastructure ownership, government elections, the progress of state and national strategies, to name a few.
RecycleSmart is bringing Christmas cheers this year, in partnership with the Refugee & Asylum seeker Toy Drive.Read More
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