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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...

Printers with smart technology prove valuable for businesses in the new normal

The 'Work from Anywhere' Series is Sponsored By As new working arrangements become the norm, many businesses, including small to medium enterprises are investing...

Visy acquires Australian operations of world’s biggest glass bottle maker for almost A$1 billion

Packaging and recycling giant Visy has struck a $1B deal with Owens Illinois’s local glassmaking business, making it one of Australia's biggest manufacturing acquisitions...

Surf’s up as Deakin trio launch world-first recycled carbon surfboards

Media Release Three Deakin graduates have established the world’s first recycled carbon fibre surfboard company, with the help of Deakin University’s SPARK Deakin Accelerator 2020...

Coles celebrates Sustainability Week as more than 1 billion pieces of plastic saved from...

Media Release Coles has taken a major step towards its goal of becoming Australia’s most sustainable supermarket after diverting more than 1 billion pieces of...

Planning decision protects jobs at Narangba Innovation Precinct

Media Release Treasurer and Minister for Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick has signed off a Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI) for Narangba Innovation Precinct (East)...

No Fans? No Problem: DS Smith Ready to Produce Cardboard Cutouts to Fill Empty...

DS Smith, a leading provider of sustainable corrugated packaging, has found a creative way to give athletes support in empty stadiums.  In a press release...
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