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G & J M Barwick to establish a regional organic waste processing facility in...

Tasmanian Minister for the Environment Roger Jaensch announced that G & J M Barwick has been selected as the successful applicant for $3 million...

Australia’s largest PET recycling plant is up and running

Australia's largest PET recycling plant has been officially opened at the Nexus Precinct, 10km north of Albury-Wodonga’s CBD in NSW. The world-class, state-of-the-art $45 million...

SBTi validates Boral’s sector-leading emissions reduction targets

Boral has announced that the Science Based Objectives initiative (SBTi) has accepted its ambitious emissions reduction targets for 2030 as being “consistent” with the...

Victorian Government announces $500,000 in funding for sustainable solutions for packaging waste

The Victorian Government has announced grants of up to $50,000 to help businesses develop new ways to reduce, reprocess or remanufacture packaging waste, with...

Coles, Nestlé, LyondellBasell, Licella and iQ Renew join forces to study Australian-first recycling opportunity

Coles will undertake a joint feasibility study with technology developer Licella, recycler iQ Renew, polymer manufacturer LyondellBasell and Nestlé to investigate the potential of...

Pact Group transforms 600 tonnes of plastic waste into recycled noise wall solution for...

Media Release Breakthrough technology using 75% recycled materials including milk bottles and soft plastics will help build Australia’s circular economy and demonstrate the opportunity for...

Victoria to transform recycled waste into roads and more

The Victoria State Government is stepping up its recycling game with a new round of grants to support the innovative use of recycled materials...

New recycling tech to turn 6.5 million pieces of soft plastic into concrete

The project will be the largest-ever commercial application of the new Polyrock concrete technology. Coles, in partnership with RMIT University, recycling organisation RED Group and...

Banksia Sustainability Award finalists shine light on waste

Media Release Reducing waste, repurposing goods and closing loops have emerged as themes among the 33 finalists in Australia’s longest running and most prestigious sustainability...

CSIRO suggests ‘circular economy’ to boost job creation, manufacturing self-sufficiency

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) released today a roadmap detailing a waste management pathway that could boost job creation, reduce the...
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