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11 July 2017

Australia to host Beyond Plastic Pollution conference

Great to see that Australia has a visionary conference focused on reducing marine plastic pollution in the Asia-Pacific region. The Beyond Plastic Pollution conference will take place at Darling Harbour in Sydney from October 30th to November 1st, 2017. The conference aims to bring together government, science, business, academia and the community to discuss the challenges facing the … Continue reading Australia to host Beyond Plastic Pollution conference

4 July 2017

That’s Rubbish – Why Your Business Should Be Considering an EMS

Every organisation will have an impact on the environment. However you might be surprised to learn the extent of the environmental impact that your day-to-day operations are having. The costs to the environment and your bottom line are greater than you think. Consider a small office-based organisation. Large amounts of paper may be printed from … Continue reading That’s Rubbish – Why Your Business Should Be Considering an EMS

2 June 2017

Australia celebrates World Environment Day June 5th

Australia is home to vast forests, oceans abundant with marine life and an enchanting range of flora and fauna unique to our continent. The Murray River is experiencing its best health in over a decade, with increased water flow replenishing drought-affected wetlands and floodplains, leading to a boom in flora and fauna growth. In positive … Continue reading Australia celebrates World Environment Day June 5th

23 May 2017

Review of the Product Stewardship Act

Passage of the Product Stewardship Act 2011 marks a step change in resource recovery and recycling in Australia. It has provided the platform and impetus for birth of a range of programs and schemes, some aligned to the Act and some not, that aim to reduce the environmental impacts of a wide range of products. … Continue reading Review of the Product Stewardship Act

18 May 2017

Launch of a New Trial to Recycle Old Child Car Safety Seats

Imagine over 200,000 child car safety seats stacked on top of each other. The seats would climb a staggering height of over 100km, equivalent to scaling Mt Everest 12 times. According to industry intelligence in the Australian market, estimates suggest that this number of expired or damaged child car safety seats were disposed of in … Continue reading Launch of a New Trial to Recycle Old Child Car Safety Seats

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