Traditional methods of removing high grade materials from End of Life Vehicles (ELV) can be highly labour intensive and costly, in many cases making them economically unviable. Although a four-tine scrap grab will allow extraction of the engine, much of the added value materials are left behind resulting in the ELV dismantling companies missing out on great potential profit.
The first UNTHA XR shredder is now operational in Melbourne, Australia, following a 15,000km journey from the world-renowned engineering facility where it was manufactured in Austria.
Registrations are now open for the 10th annual Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) taking place on 30-31 October at ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour.
South Australian Company Jeffries add a Hitachi hybrid excavator and wheel loader to their fleet
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.
When it comes to recycling our waste, Australians lead the world in many areas. For example, when it comes to newspaper recycling there is no other nation that does it better than us.
According to the National Waste Report 2018, about 2.5 Mt or 103 kg per capita of plastic waste was generated in 2016-17
Leon Hayes is Founder & CEO at Solar Bins Australia & Smartsensor. Solar Bins Australia has a vision of a World without Waste and strive to be leaders in sustainable, Smart Waste solutions for all Australians. Their focus as a business is based on delivering cost effective waste management solutions for facilities management companies, councils, […]
September last year saw Australia face a nationwide ‘strawberry contamination’, with over 100 cases reported from customers of sewing needles being found inside their punnets of store-bought strawberries.