After 11 years of research, the Rainbow Bee Eater (RBE) group have invented a waste-fuelled power plant that uses biomass to create clean burning fuel gas and electricity in a single step, with the aim of solving power generation and reliability issues in regional Australia, without the need for government subsidies or grants to be cost-effective.
The City of Bunbury will be turning its focus on recycling following a new agreement with waste collection company SUEZ.
HTX Solutions continues to demonstrate the effectiveness of the company’s patented solutions in the landfill market with ground-breaking results from a commercial scale installation at a Minnesota landfill.
Researchers at the University of Canterbury (UC) in New Zealand have created a sustainable technology that could revolutionise the galvanising industry and save the environment from toxic acid waste.
Blantyre Farms has been recognised for its sustainable and environmentally-friendly operation, having been recently awarded the Young Environmental Citizen of the Year prize.
Since January 21 this year, Joondalup in Perth has commenced the rollout of its three-bin system, which encompasses 60,000 residential properties and aligns with the Waste Authority’s Waste Strategy to improve waste avoidance and resource recovery.
A new facility in NSW will recycle up to 90 per cent of household waste using revolutionary technology, which will be the first for the country.
Nespresso is bringing its immersive new bean-to-cup store concept to Perth, with the launch of a new-look boutique in the Forrest Chase Shopping Centre on February 8, replacing the existing Murray Street boutique.