Are you developing solutions to help Australia’s waste and recycling capability? Applications for the Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-Ps) round 10 are now open for projects which address gaps in Australia’s waste and recycling capability, particularly for plastics, paper,
Growing recognition of plastic’s impact on our environment and human health means we need a comprehensive and bold plan to address this important issue. The discussion paper, Cleaning Up Our Act: Redirecting the Future of Plastic in NSW (released in
The NSW 20-Year Waste Strategy is a whole-of-government initiative to provide a long-term strategic direction for communities, industry and all levels of government to work together to build resilient services and markets for waste resources. An issues paper Cleaning Up
Circulate industrial ecology grants now open for applications Applications are now open for Round 3 Intake 7 of Circulate, the NSW Government’s industrial ecology grant program. Grants of up to $150,000 are available to businesses, not for profit organisations, product
It is astounding what a difference a few months can make. In the December 2019 newsletter there was scarcely opportunity to mention the significant social impact of the Queensland and Northern NSW bushfires sweeping across both States at the time.
A first for Western Australia, teamwear for community sports clubs and schools is being made from recycled plastic bottles. Mecca Sports has been supporting grassroots sports in Western Australia for nearly a decade. Now, sports teams from Albany to Karratha
DID YOU MISS OUT? Photos from the 2020 Australian Waste to Energy Forum A huge thank you to all of those that contributed to a very successful 2020 Australian Waste to Energy Forum, including all of our speakers and sponsors.
On Wednesday 23 October 2019 the Standing Committee on Industry, Innovation, Science and Resources adopted an inquiry referred by the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, the Hon Karen Andrews MP, asking the Committee to inquire into and report on
Another year has zipped by. I would like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to all those who directly supported the AIEN and its endeavours during 2019, and also to those who dedicated themselves to addressing the very real resource management
Infrastructure Victoria has released its early findings for public comment in developing advice to government on how we can build a better recycling and resource recovery industry for Victoria. Their paper – Recycling and resource recovery infrastructure: Evidence base October