Rachel McIntyre still remembers the day when it was explained to her how recycling worked.
BINGO has opened the world’s largest dry mixed waste recycling facility at its Eastern Creek Recycling Ecology Park in Western Sydney.
Mercedes-Benz Australia has announced it will contribute a levy to Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) based on all new vehicles sold in Australia. In addition, Mercedes-Benz Retailers across the country will be able to become accredited participants with the TSA, agreeing to work with accredited recyclers and collectors of end-of-life tyres. Claire Painter, Corporate Communications Manager, said Mercedes-Benz Australia was proud to demonstrate its commitment towards the sustainable management of end-of-life tyres in an initiative that took effect from January 1, 2021. “Tyres are a necessary by-product of the car industry.
The Waste 2021 Conference starts next week. If you haven’t yet registered to join the online live broadcast, now is your last chance.
Victoria has invested in drum pulper technology that will help with mixed waste paper processing due to a $24 million joint investment from the federal and state governments and a $13 million investment from Visy Industries.
Waste specialist BINGO has entered into a Scheme Implementation Deed with Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets and its managed funds (MIRA) to acquire 100 per cent of the share capital of BINGO by way of Scheme of Arrangement. Read more