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Every year, Brisbane sends enough recyclable material to landfill to fill the Gabba. That’s the equivalent of roughly 60,000 tonnes of soft plastics, coffee pods, toys, blister packs, electronics and clothes – all of which could be recycled and/or repurposed.
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Queensland council leaders looked into landfill biogas extraction at an open day at the Toowoomba Waste Management Centre.
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Queensland’s single-use plastic ban came into effect on September 1. The government is trying to make sure that it gives as much assistance as possible to those companies making the transition throughRead More
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Australia’s growing demolition and construction waste stream (C&D) will be alleviated by a new, state-of-the-art flagship Rino Recycling
facility in Queensland that will accelerate the transition to a circular economy.
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The Federal Government will invest $3.5 million to help protect the Great Barrier Reef from marine debris. The funding will be used to fund local projects that clean up the waters flowing into the ReefRead More
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Visy unveiled a $48 million upgrade to its recycling and remanufacturing campus on Gibson Island in Queensland with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Deputy Premier Steven Miles. The upgrade is part ofRead More
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Major Events Gold Coast (MEGC) has partnered with Clean Vibes to help reduce waste at the city’s major music and entertainment festivals and minimise the impact on the environment.
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A set of gates and boulders have been installed at a nature reserve along the Bohle River as Townsville City Council works to stop illegal dumping.Read More
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Projects that will divert PVC materials, plastics, polystyrene and glass into new products are the first to be funded under the $40 million Queensland Recycling Modernisation Fund (QRMF).Read More
Veolia has been awarded a $280 million contract to operate several of the City of Gold Coast’s (City) recycling, resource recovery and waste management facilities.