Tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies (GDT), which has developed world-first technology that transforms old tyres into oil, carbon and steel, has received approval for its proposed Toowoomba plant from the Queensland Department of Environment and Science.
BINGO Industries has unveiled its upgraded resource recovery centre in West Melbourne, which is set to become an important asset within Victoria’s network of recycling infrastructure. With the new facility, BINGO is targeting a resource recovery rate of over 75 per cent.
Fuji Xerox Australia is backing its pledge to send nothing to landfill by opening an eco-manufacturing centre in Rosehill, Sydney where parts are recycled or re-manufactured, while still keeping technology costs down and minimising environmental impacts.
Fertiliser manufacturer Yara Australia has partnered with the Farm Waste Recovery program in a bid to sustainably manage their disposable packaging waste.
Return and Earn Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) operator TOMRA recently launched a new world-class beverage recycling centre in Granville, which is the first of its kind in NSW.
The inaugural Ocean Lovers Festival is taking place at Australia’s iconic Bondi Beach from Thursday, April 11 until Sunday, April 14 and aims to empower visitors to create active change and help protect Australia’s beaches and oceans.
Recycled material collected by Mornington Peninsula Shire is set to resume being processed instead of being taken to landfill after bans on the Shire’s recycling processor SKM were recently lifted.
Lithium Australia has successfully created a very pure product that is suitable for the direct generation of lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) powders for the production of lithium-ion batteries. The pure product was made from a refined lithium phosphate generated by its SiLeach Gen-2 pilot plant.
Lake Macquarie is one of the top five cities in NSW for mobile phone recycling, with more than 700 handsets and accessories saved from landfill in the 2017-18 financial year.
RSPCA’s Reloved stores and Op Shops have launched its ‘Phones for Furry Friends’ initiative in time for Global Recycling Day and will run all throughout March. The initiative invites the people of Perth to drop their old mobile phones in store to be recycled in a bid to help the environment and animals in need.