Disposal, Ewaste, Opinion, Waste & Resource Recovery, Western Australia
Brisbane, Latest News, Online Subscription, Packaging, Packaging targets, Plastic, Plastics, Queensland, Queensland, State, State, Waste & Resource Recovery
The Western Australian public can now have their say on regulations that will ban e-waste from landfill. E-waste items like televisions, mobile phones, computers, screens, data storage, refrigerators, dishwashers, batteries, medical devices, lighting and lamps are included in the first phase of bans.
Opinion, Waste & Resource Recovery
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
Waste & Resource Recovery
The Federal Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW
) has recently engaged a consortium led by Dr Kevin Wilkinson, Frontier Ag & Environment, to consider Revision of AS4454: Composts, Soil Conditioners and Mulches
in order to facilitate the production and use of clean, consistent and safe recycled organic products.
Equipment, Waste & Resource Recovery
In the world of composting and organic waste management, optimising productivity and effectively utilising available space are essential for success. Komptech has released the Topturn X5000, a compost turner designed to maximise productivity while effectively utilising windrow pad space.
Disposal, Features, Hazardous waste, Landfills, Medical waste, New Zealand, Soft plastics, Waste & Resource Recovery
Recycling in the construction and demolition sector is gaining importance as public awareness for re-using of all materials produced by humankind is growing. To improve the recycling rates of this type of material, STADLER Anlagenbau GmbH has introduced a machine developed for this sector: the ballistic separator STT6000.
Latest News, New South Wales, Victoria, Waste & Resource Recovery, Wastewater, wastewater treatment
University of Canterbury (UC) Chemical and Process Engineer, Professor Alex Yip is leading a research team aiming to turn medical plastic waste into energy using catalytic pyrolysis.
Latest News, Online Subscription, Queensland, Waste & Resource Recovery
BINGO has secured Department of Planning and Environment
development approval for the Patons Lane Recycling Water Treatment Plant (RWTP) and Leachate Treatment Plant (LTP). This coincides with the reactivation of BINGO’s Patons Lane Landfill, which commenced operations on 3 July 2023.
Australia, Circular Economy, Latest News, News, Waste & Resource Recovery
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
Circular Economy, Latest News, News, Victoria, Waste & Resource Recovery
BINGO has entered an agreement with ReDirect Recycling to supply waste engineered timber to Australian Panels to be used in particleboard manufacturing.Read More
Yarra Valley Water has been awarded $1 million through the Victorian Government’s Waste to Energy – Bioenergy Fund to expand its Lilydale WtE facility.