Around 111 million soft drink bottles will now be made with 100 per cent recycled plastic in Australia each year as Asahi Beverages continues its transition to eco-friendly materials.
TSA has released a new report to help Tyre Derived Product (TDP) processors, manufacturers and users increase their knowledge of the environmental and health risks around use of end-of-life (EOL) tyres.
With the federal election announced for may 21, the federal government has started ramping up the handouts with the announcement of three new grants targeting motor vehicles, commercial furniture and resilient floor coverings.
REMONDIS has completed one of its biggest phases of acquisition activity since arriving in Australia 40 years ago, having secured numerous competitor sites and operations across the country.
The waste industry had great representation and a couple of winners at the 2021 Women in Industry Awards.
Sydney Water must pay more than $1.2 million in restoration and prevention costs after it discharged a total of more than half a million litres of untreated sewage in two separate incidents.
Vanish Australia has announced its mission to divert 1 million clothing items from landfill over two years to help #MakeTextileWasteVanish. This is the equivalent of 200 tonnes of clothes or 25,000 washing machine loads of clothes, made possible with the help of a partnership with Upparel, leaders in textile upcycling in Australia.
Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) envisions a sector where resources from end-of-life tyres (EOLT) are used as feedstock for new value-added products, boosting new industries, creating new jobs and finding alternate uses for this valuable resource.
New data from Cleanaway reveals the COVID pandemic made 41 per cent of Aussies more concerned about the environment and 42 per cent more conscious about the amount of waste they’re generating, with 44 per cent using it as an opportunity to implement more sustainable practices in their life.
Exchange for Change (EfC) has announced the new fixed pricing scheme per material type for supplier contributions that fund the Return and Earn NSW container deposit scheme, effective for six months for invoices issued from August 2022.