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The Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR), acting on behalf of its members Global Renewables and Veolia, has called for action … Latest News, New Zealand, News, Waste & Resource Recovery
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New Zealand’s Associate Environment Minister, Eugenie Sage, has announced the government is investing in a new plant to create New Zealand’s first 100 per cent recycled plastic food packaging range as part of the wider plan to tackle the plastic pollution challenge.
In a country where people are “naturally distrustful” about how waste is managed, there is positive change needed to move … Latest News, News, South Australia, Waste & Resource Recovery
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The South Australia government will increase its solid waste levy from $100 per tonne to $140 per tonne in just over six months, which has some in the waste industry displeased as it gives businesses little time to respond.
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Single-use plastic bags will be banned across Victoria from November 1, 2019, the Victorian government announced on June 19. Read more
In a country that generated 67Mt of waste in the span of a year, there is an appetite for change … Latest News, News, Online Subscription, Waste & Resource Recovery
A national food waste project has found that in 2016-17, Australia produced 7.3 million tonnes of food waste across the … Latest News, Waste & Resource Recovery
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The first phase of a three-year Food Organics/Green Organics (FOGO) project has been launched on Kangaroo Island, by the Fleurieu Regional Waste Authority (FRWA).
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A tyre recycler has received environmental approval for a Warren plant in NSW, and building development approval for a proposed Toowoomba plant in Queensland, which will bring new employment and improved recycling capabilities to these areas.
Reducing litter and the use of single-use plastics is proving successful with education programs at a state government level. In …