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Australia’s first RESIN8 facility opens doors in Melbourne

Today marks the inauguration of the nation's first RESIN8 production facility in Melbourne developed by CRDC Australia in collaboration with the Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform (ANZRP).

Coles and Woolworths make huge offer on soft plastics recycling

Australian supermarket chains Coles and Woolworths have made an offer to REDcycle to take control of its stockpiled soft plastic and provide safe storage of the material while recycling solutions are explored.

Amcor unveils Australia’s first soft plastic food wrapper made with recycled content

Packaging giant Amcor has teamed up with a group of companies to produce a prototype KitKat wrapper – Australia’s first soft plastic food wrapper...

Coles Cements Australian-First Soft Plastics Recycling Technology

Media Release Coles has partnered with Victorian recycling organisations RED Group and Replas to pioneer and install a concrete slab carpark made partly out of...

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...

Round II for plastic – Lion opens Australia’s first recycled bar

Media Release This Melbourne Cup Carnival, racegoers will have the opportunity to see just how single-use plastics can be repurposed in 2019 – and have...

Lion joins a national soft plastic recycling initiative

Australian food and drinks giant Lion has become the first major brewer in Australia to partner with REDcycle – a national soft plastic recycling...
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