Manufacturing with circular economy in mind, key in waste reduction

Creating new products doesn’t necessarily mean using virgin materials, so organisations such as the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) are encouraging Australian manufacturers to look to circular economy practices. On August 7, AMGC held an event on circular economy in Gosford, for the waste and manufacturing industries to engage in new ways to promote reuse …
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Affordability for community key priority for NSW’s Environment Minister

NSW’s Minister for Energy and Environment, Matt Kean, is prioritising providing community with reliable and affordable waste processes and programs that deliver visible results. His message is clear – he wants the consumers to be able to see results and where there are insufficient results, change needs to happen. “I plan on putting consumers first …
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Trevor Evans spills on where the waste industry is heading

Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environment Management, Trevor Evans, speaks to Inside Waste about the Federal government’s role in the future of Australia’s waste industry.  Australia’s first waste minister vows to improve the waste sector by holding companies in the industry to account, while also improving Federal leadership with support and funding to programs …
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