For over 30 years Diversified Communications Australia has been bringing people together to create platforms for businesses to connect and innovate. We’re excited to see our events return in 2021, as we know they play an important role in driving industries forward. When you return to this year’s AWRE things will look a little different. […]
Australian Business Events Grants Program Deadline Extended & Criteria Updated The Australian Government announced an extension to the Business Events Grants program and changes to the program eligibility. The following changes have been announced: The minimum grant amount will be reduced to $5,000 (from $10,000) to allow smaller businesses the opportunity to apply. The application […]
Every minute, a million plastic drinking bottles and 9 million single-use plastic bags are produced worldwide, contributing to the 300 million tonnes of plastic waste we generate each year. Much of this ends up in the environment, where it can persist for centuries.
The demands on cities and communities are growing. The big challenge is to find sustainable solutions for densely populated towns.
Addressing both the extremely damaging effect that organic waste has on the environment, and the seemingly unrestrained wastage of valuable resources such as water, Green Eco Technologies (GET) has developed an innovative and sustainable organic waste processing system, the WasteMaster, to tackle these global problems. The WasteMaster system takes positive action to prevent damaging emissions, […]
Compostable packaging consists of plant-based, recyclable materials, meaning it is made, disposed of and breaks down in a more environmentally-friendly manner than traditional plastic packaging.
What will an expanded National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS), to include all electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) look like?
Tasmania has signaled its intention to have a container deposit scheme (CDS) in full effect by 2022, with Victoria to follow by 2022/23.
At the 2019 Federal Election waste and recycling made the national agenda as markets declined overseas and faltered domestically.
The Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF) aims to drive a billion dollar transformation of Australia’s waste and recycling capacity.