Nestlé Australia has taken its prototype KitKat wrapper made with recycled plastics and have taken it mainstream by incorporating the technology into its 45g KitKat bars.
The Environment Protection Authority (SA EPA) has fined eight truck drivers in its latest compliance exercise for failing to properly cover waste loads.
Close the Loop has upgraded its FY22 revenue and EBITDA prospectus forecasts by 11 per cent and 10.5 per cent respectively, with a current annual revenue run rate of over $100 million. Strong organic revenue growth occurred across all divisions, particularly in Close the Loop in the United States and Europe, O F Pack, O F Flexo and Foster International, where volume increases and operating leverage are driving earnings ahead of plan. Read more
The Barngarla People have called on the new Commonwealth Labor Minister to revoke the radioactive waste declaration.
Australian recycling and resource recovery specialist Re.Group has announced it has acquired Polytrade. This new investment creates Australia’s largest network of recycling facilities, operating from coast to coast and servicing communities in metropolitan and regional locations.
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In today’s climate it is unacceptable that environmental decision-making processes are inadequate and human rights concerns are overlooked, Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass says.
The CEFC (Clean Energy Finance Corporation) is is committing $7.5 million to innovative Australian e-waste recycler Scipher Technologies to help tackle Australia’s mounting e-waste problem and reduce the associated emissions.
Single-use plastics are on the way out with a ban on lightweight plastic bags from June 1. The ban on lightweight plastic bags is just the first in a succession of bans that will see a range of environmentally damaging plastic items disappear from NSW.