Veolia and Suez announce that their respective boards of directors reached an agreement in principle on the key terms and conditions of the merger between the two groups.
Submersible wastewater pumps are an integral part of efficiently transporting sewage from one station to another in urban areas, with the sewage eventually ending up at a STP (Sewage Treatment plant) ready for processing.
In April, the Biohazard Waste Industry (BWI), a division of the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR), will be launching its updated Industry Code of Practice for Managing Biohazardous Waste via a webinar.
Cleanaway has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Suez to acquire Suez R&R Australia for $2.52 billion.
In mid-March 2020, Impact Environmental the organisers of the Waste 2020 Conference faced a challenge: embrace technology quickly and develop webinars over a 14 week period in place of the face-to-face event.
After a break of almost four years, the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) is relaunching the NSW Hunter Region Working Group. It has invited all financial WMRR members to participate.
The Governing Board of Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has bought in Lee Miezis as the Authority’s interim CEO on February 8. He replaces Dr Cathy Wilkinson who left the role in late 2020.
A global risk management provider warns that delegating accountability for workplace safety will not be sufficient defence for board members and C-Suite executives under new industrial manslaughter laws across Australia.
South Australia’s recycling industry will receive a $30 million boost with the Federal and State Governments signing up to a National Partnership on Recycling Infrastructure. The partnership is the result of the $190 million Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF) which will generate more than $600 million in infrastructure investment for Australia’s waste management and resource recovery sector.