REL waste to energy plant up and running by 2026

Technology that generates renewable energy from waste is on the horizon for the City of Moonee Valley. By 2026 Moonee Valley will now be one of three Councils (alongside Monash and Melton) that will send waste that would otherwise go to landfill to a new WtE plant. Construction for the Laverton North facility has been approved.  Read More

RMIT innovation turns waste into biochar

New technology that turns waste into reusable goods for energy and agricultural applications is a step closer to commercialisation, following trials. The Australian-made innovation uses high temperatures without oxygen to make a carbon-rich product called biochar, which can be used in carbon electrodes for batteries and other advanced energy storage devices or can act as a fertiliser or soil amendment. Read More