Product & Innovation
Watch how STEINERT technology sorts postconsumer packaging with AI-based sorting solutions in modern sorting facilities around the world. The sorting of packaging from local household collections covers a wide spectrum. Various plastics, metals, paper, commingled, contaminated waste is collected and mixed together, then fed into a sorting plant designated specifically for the mix […]
Can we solve Australia’s waste problems while simultaneously providing alternative energy sources?
As Australia moves towards a more sustainable future with increased efforts in recycling and waste-management, circular economy initiatives have increased.
Product packaging exists across the entire supply chain from the way we manufacture, store and transport our products, right through to how we sell them to our customers. But just because packaging is a part of everyday life, that doesn’t mean it needs to cause damage to our environment.
Direct Pallets & Recycling along with CJD Equipment and SDLG are doing an excellent job for our environment by applying the good old mentality of reuse, recycle and rethink.
The waste and recycling industry welcomes a new generation of start-ups and innovators who are using technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics and machine learning to transform the sector. Here are some insights into the intelligent waste management methods used in the pioneering work of Yindi Smart Systems.
AWRE is leading the way in sustainable event management best practice so when it came to selecting a venue for AWRE 2018 the newly rebuilt ICC Sydney, which works to a strong sustainable event philosophy of its own, was the obvious choice.
920,000 tonnes of paper and cardboard has been exported to China, with Australia’s generating about two tonnes of waste annually.
Hazardous waste, sometimes referred to as ‘prescribed industrial waste’ (PIW), is the hazardous by-product of everyday goods and services.
Case Study: Taking portable toilets seriously with Isuzu