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Acciona has been awarded the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract to build an energy from waste (EfW) plant in Western Australia.
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The National Waste Report 2018 indicates that more than 67 million tonnes (Mt) of waste, including 14.2 Mt of organics, 6.3 Mt of hazardous waste and 5.6 Mt of paper and cardboard, is generated by Australians each year.
Many Australians are left wondering what to do with that broken hair straighter, that old washing machine that’s been sitting … Circular Economy, Industry News, Latest News, New South Wales, News, Online Subscription
Creating new products doesn’t necessarily mean using virgin materials, so organisations such as the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) are … Circular Economy, Latest News, News
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ASPIRE (Advisory System for Processing, Innovation and Resource Exchange) is scaling its operations nationally to improve the management of the 67 million tonnes of waste generated in Australia each year.
This article was contributed by Suzanne Little – an environmental scientist and independent consultant. State governments have set up programs … Circular Economy, Latest News, News, Victoria
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The Victorian government has released an issues paper on the Circular Economy Policy for public comment.
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A Sunshine Coast-based company is collecting used shampoo containers to make prosthetic arms for children, which has the Queensland government urging more businesses to support the reuse of products.
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Monash University researchers have found that people tend to keep unwanted electronic devices rather than disposing of them, which is reducing the reuse of products.
With experience in the packaging, resource recovery and climate change sectors, Lily Barnett engages with industry and government to reduce …