Australia, Industry News, Latest News, News Industry News, New South Wales, News, WARR Awards
CSIRO’s ON and the Menzies Foundation have awarded three Australian scientists with more than a quarter of a million dollars to commercialise their research ideas in food production, wastage and data transmission.
Latest News, News, Queensland
In the first year of Lake Macquarie City Council’s Food Organics and Garden Organics (FOGO) service, the council reduced the amount of waste landfilled from its domestic waste collection service by 22,380 tonnes – a 26 per cent decrease compared to the year before.
Industry News, Latest News, New Zealand, News
A University of Queensland researcher is exploring the use of crushed waste glass as an alternative to sand for ground improvement during construction.
Industry News, Latest News, News
The New Zealand government and 16 regional councils are leading a project that will identify the risks associated with current and closed landfills in the country.
Industry News, Latest News, News, Tasmania
QUT’s research into turning sugarcane and cotton by-products into digestible animal feeds, feed supplements and high-value industrial chemicals has received a boost with funding of phase two of the Biorefineries for Profit project.
Australia, Latest News, News
The Tasmanian government is inviting the public to have their say on the draft Environmental Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2019, which contains a range of minor improvements proposed for Tasmania’s environmental legislation.
Asia/Pacific, Industry News, News
A Sea Shepherd beach clean-up campaign in Northeast Arnhem Land led to seven tonnes of rubbish being collected.
Industry News, Latest News, New South Wales, News, Online Subscription
Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management, Trevor Evans, discussed key environmental issues facing pacific nations at a meeting in Samoa on September 6.
In a country where Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities have not been widely adopted, building community trust is key. And … Industry News, News, Queensland
Brisbane City Council has joined the international Love Food Hate Waste movement to encourage residents to reduce the amount of food that goes to landfill each year.