A survey conducted by global research company Ipsos revealed that Australia’s participation rate in the Plastic Free July challenge in 2018 exceeded the global figure, which saw 120 million take part. Read more
A 600-metre long device that catches plastic waste in the ocean has been released in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii.
Malaysian Environment Minister, Yeo Bee Yin, has held off on a planned trip to Australia, as waste remains a contentious issue between the two nations.
Dodgy dumpers are causing big problems for Australia Subhash Challa, the former senior principal scientist at NICTA, University of Melbourne explains.
Concrete made using industrial waste from coal-fired power stations and steel manufacturing is being used in a green roads trial in Sydney, with the test comparing this material to traditional roading materials.
Waste industry experts discuss how to get the best value for a procurement process.
The South Australia government will increase its solid waste levy from $100 per tonne to $140 per tonne in just over six months, which has some in the waste industry displeased as it gives businesses little time to respond.
Single-use plastic bags will be banned across Victoria from November 1, 2019, the Victorian government announced on June 19. Read more