Borealis has introduced the launch of its new communication platform EverMinds, with the aim of heightening the visibility of plastic circularity and promoting a more circular mindset within the polyolefins industry.
Festivals Edinburgh is set to lead in helping to create a more sustainable future, having partnered with Circular Edinburgh in a bid to pinpoint ways in which festivals can turn its waste streams into opportunities by embedding a circular economy approach in its operations.
Offences for supplying banned plastic bags in Western Australia have come into effect since the January 1, 2019, according to the Queensland state government.
As Asian countries face a future of ever-more waste being generated, support for a shift to a more circular economy has been growing in a bid to drive sustainable growth for its nations.
Bingo Industries has offered to divest its eastern Sydney waste processing plant in Banksmeadow to address antitrust concerns related to the waste management firm’s proposed $578 million acquisition of Dial-a-Dump.
The administrator for RCR Tomlinson has found a buyer for its energy division as it continues to reorganise the engineering group and pay off its debt, with Environmental Group Limited (EGL) agreeing to acquire the assets of RCR Energy Services.
The Queensland state government has announced that its Container Refund Scheme has passed the 100 million returned containers mark.
According to Bioenergy Australia, there are alarming reports continue to emerge regarding Australia’s low emergency fuel reserves and how it makes us “vulnerable” and creates a critical national security issue.
The Victorian government has asked WorkSafe to review whether tougher penalties are needed to crackdown on people illegally storing chemicals, after the discovery of several stockpiles in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, according to a report on ABC News.