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Organic waste turned into building products

A UK-based company has developed a product called Orb (organic refuse bio-compound), which is designed to be used as a building material. The company convert one of the world’s fastest growing waste streams – food waste – into functional materials that are formed into sheets or moulded to create intricate three dimensional products. Read more

Marine Fuel made from plastic waste

Clean Planet Energy has released details of two new fuels manufactured for use in any ship or vessel. Both fuels are produced using non-recyclable waste plastics as the feedstock, therefore removing waste, which would otherwise go to incineration, landfill or into our oceans.
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Coles and Nestlé announce study into Australian-first for recycling 

A new collaboration marks the first step into a circular economy for soft plastic packaging with technology developer Licella, recycler iQ Renew, Coles, polymer manufacturer LyondellBasell and Nestlé, announcing a joint feasibility study to determine the technical, economic, and environmental benefits of a local advanced recycling industry.
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Inviting consulting firms that provide waste and resource recovery services to participate in the 2021 Inside Waste Consultant Review

Inside Waste encourages your participation as consultants play a key role in strategy, planning and implementation of waste and resource recovery policy, processes and infrastructure this survey will be essential reading for the government, the waste industry and consultants alike. As done in the previous years, phase one involves inviting consultants to tell Inside Waste readers what waste and resource recovery services your firm can provide to them by completing the registration form below:
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