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.
5 TAKEAWAYS | Finding the balance between the 2025 Packaging Targets and 2030 Food Waste Targets: From a Packaging Perspective
The 2025 Global and Local Packaging Targets and 2030 Food Waste Targets are fast approaching, what can we do to meet them?
Introduced by Tony Khoury, Executive Director of the Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW, Hon Matt Kean MP, the Minister for Energy and Environment opened AWRE Online with an insight and update into where NSW stands with their 20-Year strategy.
Can we solve Australia’s waste problems while simultaneously providing alternative energy sources?
COVID-19 has affected all industries across Australia, how can waste and recycling successfully minimise negative effects?
The circular economy is more than waste-management process, rather an economic system embracing innovation and digital transformation delivering jobs, sustainability and productivity outcomes.