The Federal Government is investing $1 million in the establishment of a new Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence (PSCE) that will play a key role in driving Australia’s circular economy towards an eighty per cent recovery rate across all waste streams by 2030.
The NSW Waste Advisory Group, comprising a range of industry stakeholders held its inaugural meeting with NSW EPA CEO, Tracy Mackey on Friday, September 25.
Eight in 10 English councils have reported a massive rise in the volume of paper, cardboard, plastic and glass being collected since the national lockdown began. As a result, council costs are soaring.
Stage 1 of the Circular Greater Bendigo EOI process has been completed, however the exercise has raised issues around the efficacy of proposed solutions.
Five new members have been added to a reinvigorated and renamed Industry Innovation and Science Australia (IISA) formerly Innovation and Science Australia.
A Liberal National Party (LNP) Government will open a solar panel recycling facility in South-East Queensland and work with councils to build new roads from recycled plastic if it is elected on October 31.
The chances are good that at one point in their construction careers, some Inside Waste readers have encountered water on-site which needs to be removed.
Confusion over how the terms ‘biodegradable,’ ‘bioplastic,’ and ‘compostable’ has been addressed with the British Standards Institute (BSI) setting a stricter standard for those terms.
Significant nationwide benefits would be generated from an expansion of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS) to include all electronic and electrical equipment (EEE), according to a new report.