NZ moves on regulated product stewardship
The New Zealand Government is proposing a new way to deal with environmentally harmful products before they become waste, including plastic packaging and bottles, as part of a wider plan to avoid rubbish ending up in landfill. Associate Minister for the Environment, Eugenie Sage released a public consultation document titled, “Proposed priority products and priority … Continue reading NZ moves on regulated product stewardship
Climate Change Authority seeks input on Australia’s commitments under the Paris Agreement
The Climate Change Authority has released a consultation paper on updating its previous advice to Government on policies to meet Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions reduction commitments under the Paris Agreement. Since the Authority last provided its advice to Government on the policy toolkit required to meet the Paris Agreement, a number of developments have occurred … Continue reading Climate Change Authority seeks input on Australia’s commitments under the Paris Agreement
Stewardship for solar panels attracts attention
As rooftop solar continues to boom, the future fate of photovoltaic panels is attracting greater scrutiny including active investigation of a national stewardship scheme to manage their recovery, refurbishment and recycling. A recent story by ABC News investigated the growing pressure to ensure that end-of-life solar panels do not end up in landfill, especially given … Continue reading Stewardship for solar panels attracts attention
A circular economy policy for Victoria
The transition to a circular economy is underway across industries, sectors and communities. Noteworthy practical measures are in play as are policy development processes across all levels of government. The Victorian Government has also commenced public consultation on developing a circular economy policy and action plan to be released in late 2019. An issues paper … Continue reading A circular economy policy for Victoria
New waste-related regulations for Queensland
How your business can identify early opportunities to improve environmental performance and prepare accordingly. The schedule of waste-related Environmentally Relevant Activities (ERAs) has remained largely unchanged since they were introduced on 1990s. Since this time there have been significant changes in waste management practices, the emergence of new waste technologies and improvements in risk-based waste … Continue reading New waste-related regulations for Queensland
Films for the Environment
Like many creative endeavours, environmental film making has a long history of storytelling t [...]Continue Reading ...
Thanks to RACV you now know what to do with your old child car safety seat
Car seats are vital for young children travelling in cars, but when they’re no longer needed [...]Continue Reading ...
Know the fate of your recyclables
Not knowing where your waste is going can lead to reputational and regulatory risks. Equilibr [...]Continue Reading ...
Child Car Safety Seats – What a Valuable Waste!
Sitting and gathering dust in a garage and waiting for the right time to pass on your used ch [...]Continue Reading ...