KATflow 200 hand-held clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter

The KATflow 200 is a portable instrument that is a lightweight flowmeter that is easy to use and can be operated one-handed, which makes it a suitable tool for use in confined spaces or when working at height. The KATflow 200 flowmeter offers measurement performance normally associated with more complex devices and is complemented by the quality and robustness of the Katronic transducers.
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How a CDS will impact recycling and waste in Victoria

Cash for cans, otherwise known as a Container Deposit Scheme (CDS), is the collection of drink containers with the purpose to exchange them for a cash refund. Across Australia, all states and territories, other than Victoria and Tasmania, have already adopted some form of CDS. But this is soon to change in Victoria. In 2020, the Victorian government announced that they too would adopt a split responsibility CDS model, to commence in 2023.

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A day in the life of a circular economy consultant

People often ask “Is MRA doing any Circular Economy work?”. The answer is “Plenty”. The waste and recycling sector has an enormous role to play in achieving economic circularity. There is so much going on in companies and government, that is both exciting and transformative. And what I am particularly proud of, is that much of the work MRA does, is structural.

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Waste Expo conference goes digital

Following the cancellation of Waste Expo Australia 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s largest gathering of waste management and resource recovery professionals will migrate its conference online to provide a platform for some of the most important issues affecting the sector to be addressed.

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Big W hits back at Boomerang Alliance accusation

In what environmental watchdog group the Boomerang Alliance has called a “shocking exercise of corporate irresponsibility”, BIG W has continued to sell what the Alliance alleges are banned single-use plastics in Queensland. Boomerang has accused the giant retailer of green-washing “previous one-off items as ‘’reusable’’, when the clear intent of the law is to remove them from supermarket shelves – to be replaced with genuinely reusable items,” said Boomerang Alliance campaign manager Tony Hutcheon.

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