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Vic Govt grant backs Perth company’s push in Melbourne to recycle batteries as waste...

Media Release Lithium Australia NL (ASX: LIT) has a 90% ownership interest in Envirostream Australia Pty Ltd (‘Envirostream’). An onshore mixed-battery recycling company, Envirostream is unique...

Coca-Cola reduces the amount of virgin plastic it uses by 40,000 tonnes

Media Release Coca-Cola in Australia is continuing to reduce its plastic footprint with the introduction of frozen drink cups and lids made entirely from recycled...

Australia’s oldest battery manufacturer announces expansion plans

Century Batteries, Australia's oldest and most recognised battery manufacturer, has unveiled plans for a multimillion-dollar upgrade of factory equipment and a significant upgrade and...

Sensing research to boost Australia’s plastic recycling capability

Media Release Researchers from three leading universities in NSW are collaborating with industry leaders to enhance Australia’s plastic recycling capability. Coordinated by the NSW Smart Sensing...

A Pathway to a Circular Economy

This article is by Gary Katzeff, GM, ERP, Australia & New Zealand, Sage Software Australia As the world focuses its attention on the pandemic, it is...

Grants to increase recycling of solar panel and battery storage systems

The NSW Government is investing $10 million to help improve environmental performance by diverting end-of-life solar panel systems from landfill.  Although current waste volumes are...

Carlton & United Breweries and Asahi Premium Beverages to combine

Asahi Beverages has announced that it will combine its two alcohol businesses - Carlton & United Breweries and Asahi Premium Beverages - and operate...

1 Billion PET plastic bottles to be recycled each year at new plastic pelletising...

Australia's biggest PET plastic recycling plant will soon be built in Albury/Wodonga following a $45 million investment from joint venture partners Cleanaway, Pact Group...

RMIT researchers develop tyre and rubble mix to make sustainable roads

Researchers at RMIT University have developed a new material that combines recycled building rubble and old rubber tyres to form a sustainable alternative for...

Using the right technology to increase your productivity at home

The 'Work from Anywhere' Series is Sponsored By In the previous instalment of our Work from Home series we took a quick look at how new...
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