The Swiss food and drink industry conglomerate Nestle has recently announced it is set to launch the Nestle Institute of Packaging Sciences, which aims at creating eco-friendly solutions to tackle the growing packaging waste problems.Read more
The NSW EPA is leading the development of a 20-year Waste Strategy for the state in partnership with Infrastructure NSW.Read more
Household food scraps could be transformed into environmentally-friendly plastic bags and cups, thanks to up to £60 million ($106 million) of new funding from the UK government.Read more
In a new partnership, Coca-Cola Australia and CitizenBlue are coming together to create new solutions to NSW’s waste challenge and introduce more drink container recycling options at venues and events in Sydney and regional NSW.Read more
Plastics have their place in society and bring considerable benefit when used and consumed responsibly. Yet we can do much more to make sure that end-of-life plastic packaging is recovered and recycled to maximise the value of the energy and materials used in its manufacture.
The National Waste Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) is calling on the Federal, state and territory environment ministers to appoint a National Waste and Resource Recovery Commissioner to ensure the National Waste Policy will be successful.
Gumtree’s annual Smart Santa research report has revealed the majority (65 per cent) of Australians would be happy to receive a second-hand gift this Christmas, with the nation expected to spend a whopping $9.8 billion on gifts this Christmas.
A new report by Bioenergy Australia and KPMG have called on the Australian government to fire up its bioenergy sector, with the report outlining how the country could harness around US$3.5 billion of potential investment, which will open up huge opportunities for development projects in regional areas.
Representatives from across the European Union (EU) recently met in London to find out how London is accelerating its transition towards a circular economy.
PATCH, Australian manufacturer of alternative, organic wound-care strips, has revealed through independent research that 87.4 per cent of Australians surveyed would be likely to switch to an environmental and sustainably-focused wound care brand and 89.9 per cent said they were likely to switch to products with efforts towards minimising packaging.