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Extra funding injected to boost e-waste initiatives in Western Australia

The Western Australian Government is offering grants totalling up to $3.5 million to bolster the state's electrical and electronic waste (e-waste) collection and recycling network.

Recycling innovator to headline Australia Day celebrations in Parramatta

Renowned materials scientist and engineer Professor Veena Sahajwalla has been named the Australia Day Ambassador for the City of Parramatta, adding prestige to the upcoming celebrations.

Schneider Electric upgrades Trade-UPS program to boost e-waste recycling

Energy management and automation leader Schneider Electric has revamped its Trade-UPS program to help uninterruptible power supply (UPS) vendors in Australia modernise their IT infrastructure and reduce their e-waste. 

WA announces $10m grant to support e-waste infrastructure

The Western Australian government has announced a $10 million allocation to boost WA’s collection and recycling network of electrical and electronic waste. 

Envirostream launches Australia’s first lithium battery recycling plant

Envirostream has officially inaugurated Australia's first lithium battery recycling plant as the country prepares for the e-waste landfill ban which will take effect on...

Australian-first e-waste processing technology unveiled in Victoria

Victoria’s e-waste processing capabilities have been significantly expanded with the launch of Australia’s first automated electronic waste processing system at PGM Refiners in South-East...

Robots can learn to handle e-waste – researchers claim

The dismantling of most end-of-life products is labour intensive and costly. Many attempts of automating the disassembly process have been unsuccessful. However, researchers from...

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