Australian start up switch2 Engineering has developed a technology that can convert brewery wastewater into hydrogen, a clean burning fuel. By doing so, breweries are able to repurpose the hydrogen as a fuel for heating, transportation and electricity. Using this technology, breweries can not only save costs on utility bills, but do so sustainably, according to the founders.
NSW’s non-existent policy and problematic regulatory approach towards material management is resulting in a haemorrhaging of investment from the state, the NSW Parliamentary planning and environment committee was told this week.
For those who missed it, below is the recording of the Resource Recovery and Diversion from Landfill for the Demolition Industry webinar.
Cleanaway has opened the Perth Material Recovery Facility (Perth MRF) to grow recycling capacity in Western Australia (WA).
The equivalent of more than a million used car tyres can now be recycled to make high quality crumb rubber bitumen for Australian roads in a ‘game changing’ partnership between Puma Bitumen and Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA).
The waste and resource recovery sector will benefit from new funding announced in this week’s federal budget for 2021-22.
Sand processing equipment manufacturer CDE Global will hold its second virtual symposium on Tuesday May 18, following the success of the inaugural event last October.
NSW councils need to be more consistent in their pricing and will be regulated to do so, according to Gerard O’Dea, principal analyst for IPART NSW.