The mechanical recovery of metals is the economic basis of all recycling – something recognised by Ferdinand Steinert in 1889 when STEINERT Magnets were first used to recover iron from steel slag.
Peak industry bodies recently collaborated on cutting the confusion over compostable plastic packaging, easing consumer pressure on brands.
Each year, over seven million tonnes of food is wasted in Australia, costing the economy an estimated $20 billion. At the same time, more than 1 in 5 Australians have experienced some form of food insecurity.
Following the recent postponement of AWRE 2020 due to the Government legislation on social distancing and travel restrictions, and after many weeks of talking to the industry and consulting with our partners, we are pleased to announce that AWRE will now take place from 25 – 26 November 2020 at the ICC Sydney.
Times have been tough for many businesses around the world, but one has tackled the global COVID-19 crisis head on.
Trucks are a true blue staple of the Australian road landscape. On the roads at all hours, trucks deliver to hospitals, clinics, supermarkets, households the needed essentials—food, water, medical supplies
Adaptable larger operators are set to survive – some may even thrive – following the coronavirus challenge.
A new dry digestion plant is being built in Kirchberg (Hunsrück) in Rhein-Hunsrück (Rhineland-Palatinate), around 40 km west of the German city of Mainz. It will process around 15,000 metric tons of source-separated organic waste a year.
The impact of COVID-19 is being felt by businesses across the country, with some industries more heavily impacted than others.
After many weeks of monitoring the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), talking to the industry and consulting with our partners, we have made the difficult decision that the Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) will no longer take place on 26 – 27 August 2020.