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Rebuilt vs Reman – what’s the difference?

By 2030, there will be nine billion people on earth who will need to be fed, clothed and housed. 

Volvo Group adopts Titomic’s cold spray tech for repair and remanufacture operations

Australian metal additive manufacturing company Titomic Limited has recently finalised the sale of a D523 Low Pressure Cold Spray System (D523) to Volvo Group for EUR 55,000 (AUD 90,865).

$10M ReMade in Queensland grant to boost local remanufacturing projects

The Queensland government has launched the $10 million ReMade in Queensland (ReMiQ) program, which will help local manufacturers recover, recycle, and reprocess more sustainable products. 

New facility poised to recycle over 1 billion plastic bottles annually

The Federal and Victorian Labor Governments have unveiled a state-of-the-art plastic recycling facility set to process more than one billion plastic bottles annually. Circular Plastics...

NZ’s medical device remanufacturer Medsalv comes to Victoria

Medsalv, a New Zealand-based medical device remanufacturer, is bringing its sustainable remanufacturing capabilities to Australia with a new site in Victoria. 

Smart Precinct NQ a key player in Queensland’s circular economy transition

Queensland's march towards a circular economy is set to be driven by Smart Precinct NQ, a hub for local businesses looking to integrate circular economy principles into their operations, according to an announcement made by the Environment and Science Minister Leanne Linard.

NT launches new grant program for recycling, remanufacturing projects

The Northern Territory government has opened applications for a new $1.5 million grant program aimed at supporting new recycling infrastructure projects in the state. 

Queensland’s Containers for Change scheme reaches seven billion milestone

Queensland’s container refund scheme dubbed Containers for Change has reached a significant milestone, seeing seven billion containers returned through the network of container refund points in less than five years of operation.

New Queensland Material Recycling Facility nears completion

A new $40.5 million material recycling facility (MRF) on the Sunshine Coast is nearing its completion and is expected to go live by the end of 2023, according to an announcement from the Queensland government. 

MILKLAB, saveBOARD showcase recycled materials at Melbourne exhibition

Plant and dairy milk brand MILKLAB has showcased a sustainable building material made from recycled waste, such as milk cartons and coffee cups at its stand at the recent Melbourne International Coffee Exhibition (MICE). 

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Sydney to spotlight the latest in manufacturing at AMW 2024

With the Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW) 2024 fast approaching, Sydney is set to become the epicentre of groundbreaking innovations in the advanced manufacturing sector.