If you’re in the waste management business and you don’t have an onboard payload monitoring system on your vehicle, you’re doing yourself a disservice.
PATCH, Australian manufacturer of alternative, organic wound-care strips, has revealed through independent research that 87.4 per cent of Australians surveyed would be likely to switch to an environmental and sustainably-focused wound care brand and 89.9 per cent said they were likely to switch to products with efforts towards minimising packaging.
Students and alumni of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) have designed and produced a biodegradable plastic packaging, called Plasticor, that reveals the quality of food by changing colour when the content is not suitable for consumption.
An IVECO Stralis NP 460HP truck from the UK has completed what IVECO believes to be the longest ever journey by road on a single fill of LNG.
Via the partnership between Garwood International and Vehicle Weigh Solutions, Garwood is able to supply underbody load cell systems, available in a four- or six-point configuration.
Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting its latest waste management innovation at this year’s Australian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE), which will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney on August 29-30.
A group of Monash University engineering students have created a portable plastic recycling unit that is small enough to fit on the back of a ute, which aims to help people recycle and repurpose their plastic waste right at their own home a lot easier.
The next gen Hino 500 Series Standard Cab models will land on our shores in November.
The company recently purchased a Backhus A50 windrow turner from GCM and Bio Gro managing director Stephen Van Schaik told Inside Waste he was impressed with GCM’s service.
“When we did the initial due diligence on the project, we compared the practice with a number of other players within the market and Daniel [Katsowksky, GCM managing director] went through quite a bit of detail. He listened to our needs and with the new model, specifically the improvements from the old model, made it a good choice for us,” Van Schaik said. Read more