• Sydney switches to 100% green power

    Sydney switches to 100% green power

    The City of Sydney has switched to 100% renewable electricity, generated from wind and solar farms in regional NSW. All of the City’s operations — including streetlights, pools, sports fields, depots, buildings and the Sydney Town Hall — will now be run on renewable electricity. The green energy deal — valued at over $60 million […] More

  • FCI ST80, ST100 and MT100 Thermal Mass Flow Meters

    FCI ST80, ST100 and MT100 Thermal Mass Flow Meters

    Click2Contact The ST80, ST100 and MT100 Thermal Mass Flow Meters from Fluid Components International (FCI) are designed to offer accuracy, repeatability, ease of operation, installation and low maintenance to enhance plant performance while driving costs down in waste-to-energy incineration plants. Waste incineration plants (WIP) applying waste-to-energy (WTE) technologies provide an economical and decreased waste footprint […] More

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    Hanna Instruments BL122 and BL123 pH/ORP Controllers

    Click2Contact Hanna Instruments’ BL122 and BL123 controllers are designed to maintain constant pH and disinfectant levels in swimming pools, hot tubs and spas, allowing remote connection and access to devices via the Hanna Cloud web app. Using the Hanna Cloud app, measurements, trends, history, device settings, alarms and messages from multiple BL122 or BL123 controllers […] More

  • World’s First Bottled Water Launched with 100% Certified Ocean-Bound Plastic by: Rick Lingle Packaging Recycling, Materials, Sustainability June 23, 2020

    The world’s first premium 100% recycled PET (rPET) bottled water made with certified ocean-bound plastic, vapor-distilled, high-alkaline 9.5pH water ZenWTR, officially launched June 11 at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide in the US 16.9oz, 23.7oz, and 1-Liter sizes. Founded by veteran beverage entrepreneur, Lance Collins, ZenWTR is on a mission to help reduce the amount […] More

  • Updated Report: The West Coast Contamination Initiative: Results from California, Oregon, and Washington

    By Asami Tanimoto UPDATE: Upon receiving feedback from area stakeholders and further review, we removed two references to a contamination rate reported in the Portland metro region that resulted from a generation study of single-family households co-funded by The Recycling Partnership. It was decided that the sample size and methodology of that study should not be […] More

  • Report: Consumers and business concerned about plastic waste but expect governments to do more

    Bangkok, 23 June 2020 – The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Food Industry Asia (FIA) today released a regional survey of consumers and food and beverage businesses across South-East Asia that shows a significant disconnect between expectation and action on reducing plastic waste. The challenges of plastic pollution have only increased in the past few months, with […] More

  • Plastic recyclers pushing to reduce carbon footprint

    PETALING JAYA: Plastic recyclers, hard hit by a drop in demand and bad press last year and the pandemic now, are pushing forward in their attempts to repurpose waste and reduce carbon footprint. “We are now in talks with the National Solid Waste Management Department and other organisations to come up with a roadmap to promote […] More

  • Packaging Post-Pandemic

    Nobody can measure with any real accuracy what impact Covid-19 will have on packaging. But what packaging professional wouldn’t value a glimpse into how things might look post-pandemic, especially if that glimpse comes from an experienced veteran?Pat ReynoldsMay 21st, 2020 One such veteran is consultant Mike Ferrari of Ferrari Innovation Solutions LLC, who spent 32 […] More

  • This content was archived on RECYCLING – IS IT WORTH IT?

    PUBLICATION DATE: 31 JAN 2019 Helen Bird, recycling expert at WRAP, answers your frequently asked questions. ‘Single-use’ was coined 2018’s word of the year – and it’s not hard to see why after we collectively became aware of the devastating impact single-use plastic can have watching the BBC’s Blue Planet II and Drowning in Plastic. Everybody […] More

  • Can residential solar be better integrated into electricity networks?

    Can residential solar be better integrated into electricity networks?

    A report released by ENEA Consulting reveals that a suite of technologies is required to address power quality issues caused by increasing electricity generation from rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. This report is a timely addition to drive solutions for Australia’s energy transition as consumers’ appetite for rooftop PV continues to grow. The Future Grid […] More

  • REDWAVE MATE sensor-based recycling sorting technology

    REDWAVE MATE sensor-based recycling sorting technology

    Click2Contact REDWAVE MATE from REDWAVE is an artificial intelligence system designed to monitor and optimise recycling plants. The system measures quality and records and analyses information during production, with collected data used to ensure optimal plant and sorting operation. Artificial intelligence is designed to increase plant availability and sorting efficiency, as well as maximise yield […] More

  • UNSW, Ebusco agreement to bolster greener transport

    UNSW, Ebusco agreement to bolster greener transport

    UNSW has entered into an agreement with Dutch electric bus manufacturer Ebusco, aiming to boost the development of electric vehicles in Australia. The two organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will promote further research and development of sustainable transport. UNSW President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs said the partnership reflects UNSW’s commitment […] More

  • The impact of climate change on soil remediation

    The impact of climate change on soil remediation

    Following extreme weather conditions across Australia, Daniel Webber, Business Development Manager at CDE, explains the reality of climate change and how it threatens to unearth the history of Australia’s soil contamination, highlighting the remediation solutions that can remove toxins from the environment around us. In the summer of 2019/2020, Australia faced devastation from harsh weather […] More

  • New CEO for SA's WRISA

    New CEO for SA’s WRISA

    A new Chief Executive Officer has been appointed at South Australia’s Waste and Recycling Industry Association. Waste and resource recovery specialist Adam Gray will take over the role, which, according to President Jim Fairweather, will help to strengthen the position of the association. “Mr Gray is an experienced Executive Officer and his knowledge in waste […] More

  • Sustainable plans for Canberra's Shine Dome

    Sustainable plans for Canberra’s Shine Dome

    The Shine Dome in Canberra is the focus of a joint project to research and develop approaches to conserve and sustainably manage the heritage-listed landmark, home to the Australian Academy of Science. Professional services company GHD, in collaboration with University of Canberra, will merge heritage principles with pioneering sustainability values to help the Academy minimise […] More

  • Closing the carbon loop

    Closing the carbon loop

    A team of chemical engineers has found a novel way to convert waste CO2 into industrial products. Chemical engineers from UNSW Sydney have developed a technology that helps convert carbon dioxide emissions into chemical building blocks to make useful industrial products like fuel and plastics. The researchers have demonstrated that by making zinc oxide at […] More

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