For 20 years, CORE members have provided organic bio-filters that now “ring” Sydney Harbour and its tributaries from Manly to Annandale (installed in 1998) through Redfern and Sydney and around to Rose Bay. Read more
The dramas continue for Coles as the supermarket giant has come under fire for its reversal of its decision to stop providing free reusable bags to shoppers.
Under Dean’s 27-year leadership, Veolia has grown from strength to strength with numerous joint ventures and acquisitions under its belt, including Ellwaste Waste & Recycling and ACTQ Septic Services last year. Today, Veolia ANZ employs more than 4000 people across 200 locations and has built its capability across the water, waste, and energy sectors. Read more
Plantic Technologies is a world-leading innovator in bio-plastics, with a track-record of science and industry awards, and international network of corporate customers and distributors, and a growing list of premium quality multinational customers.
With the purchase of an expected 121 million recyclable meat and poultry trays in 2018 from the Australian manufacturer Plantic, Coles aims to use the equivalent of 150 million recycled water bottles to help with the country’s plastic waste problem. Read more
Sodexo in Australia delivers a unique array of over 100 integrated services lines including catering, facilities management, concierge services, security, asset maintenance and hospitality services both on and off shore in the following segments – corporate, healthcare & seniors, education, justice, and energy & resources. Read more
On July 19, Inside Waste joined numerous dignitaries and VIPs, including Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, the Central Coast and the Hunter, Scot MacDonald, Member for Lake Macquarie, Greg Piper, Lake Macquarie City Council Mayor, Kay Fraser, NSW EPA acting chair and CEO, Anissa Levy, and Remondis Australia CEO Luke Agati at the Awaba Waste Management Facility to officially launch the Lake Macquarie Organics Resource Recovery Facility. Read more
The company is currently working with local suppliers to find viable alternatives and will start a trial of paper straws in two restaurants from August this year.
“We know our customers care about more sustainable packaging and, as one of the world’s largest restaurant companies; we know we have the opportunity and responsibility to make real change,” said Robert Sexton, McDonald’s Australia director of supply chain. Read more
Kuchta, who will be giving a summary of the battery market and the circular economy during the event, caught up with Inside Waste to share a number of interesting insights in this space.
The focal points of her speech will focus on the opportunities and limitations of the circular economy, product design and quality; and on the reuse, recycling and cascade utilisation for both battery materials and their systems. Read more
60 tonnes of tyre-derived fuel oil will be exported at a gross price of US$300 (AU$406.23) per tonne and the company is now in discussions with domestic buyers.
It clarified what responsibilities and liabilities consumers have for resource recovered materials, and what it means when the material is found not to meet specifications or contain asbestos. It also overturns a lot of conventional wisdom as to what the EPA must prove in prosecuting waste offences, and even re-writes our understanding of what is “waste” under NSW’s environmental legislation.
The case has implications for recyclers, transporters, and consumers of resource recovered products, which we discuss below.