SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Barossa Council's new waste service begins July 1

Barossa Council's new waste service begins July 1

In a bid to encourage people to waste less and recycle more, Barossa Council will be rolling out its new waste service from July 1.

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Freeze levy increases and offer support

Freeze levy increases and offer support

A Local Government Association of South Australia (LGA SA)-commissioned report has revealed that the impact of China's National Sword policy on the state's recycling sector could be as high as $8.8 million per year.

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New deal puts NAWMA on the front foot

New deal puts NAWMA on the front footLock icon

Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority (NAWMA) has struck a three-year deal that will create a domestic market for recycled paper while returning to pre-China prices.

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ChemClear & MobileMuster to eradicate e-waste & unwanted chemicals in SA

ChemClear & MobileMuster to eradicate e-waste & unwanted chemicals in SA

MobileMuster and Agsafe's ChemClear program have teamed up to safely remove both e-waste and unwanted chemicals from households and farms in South Australia.

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Sponges made from waste to soak up oil spills

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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Plastic eating system could help solve recycling crisis

Plastic eating system could help solve recycling crisis

As nations around the globe search for new ways of handling waste following China's decision to stop processing the world's rubbish, a South Australian man is searching for investors to help build a commercial system that converts waste plastic into biogas....

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NAWMA recognised for environmental leadership

NAWMA recognised for environmental leadership

The Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority has received an award in environmental leadership and sustainability.

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A first for SA

A first for SA

Green Industries, South Australia's public resource recovery agency, has released their first infrastructure plan.

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ByGen to tackle agricultural waste with breakthrough product

ByGen to tackle agricultural waste with breakthrough product

New technology developed by Adelaide-based company ByGen will make it more affordable to convert agricultural waste into high value activated carbon could soon be on the market, thanks to a $217,000 state government grant.

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WMAA YP wins top SA environmental award for women

WMAA YP wins top SA environmental award for women

The founder/chair of the Waste Management Association of Australia SA Branch Young Professionals has won a South Australian award that recognises women who are making a positive contribution to the state's waste and resource recovery industry.

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