INSIDE WASTE A report on Victoria’s waste management system has been released and found that several key agencies in the state have failed to effectively manage the sector, which is what led to “significant amounts of recyclables ending up in landfill and increased stockpiling posing unacceptable risks to public health and the environment”...
ABC NEWS By David Sparkes "The recycling industry says it is ready to capitalise on election promises made by the Morrison Government to tackle Australia's waste crisis but has warned those promises only address half the problem..."
INSIDE WASTE By Staff Writer "A $34.9 million package towards recycling reforms aims to help Victoria create a more stable and productive recycling sector, while improving the quality of recycled materials and developing new markets for them to be processed..."
CNN BUSINESS By Ivana Kottasova "Thirsty while running? Here, have a seaweed ball full of sports drink..."
THE BETTER INDIA By Gopi Karelia "On September 1-, 2017, Mallhar, a resident of Dadar, along with his friends, marched up to Mumbai's Dadar beach to collect the garbage thrown by the visitors..."
THE AGE By Ben Weir "Qantas has trialled the world's first flight ever to produce no landfill waste as the airline embarks on a mission to cut out the use of 100 million plastic items from its planes by next year..."
PLANET ARK NEWS By: Liam Taylor "A group of fourteen highly dedicated volunteers are undertaking one of the world's most ambitious clean-ups on the world's tallest mountain..."
Colin Marshall - Federation Uni Australia War on Waste Ideas - What can we do to further enhance sustainability at university and in our community?
VPA "We are thrilled to announce that VPA is now partnered with REDcycle. Our VPA bags can now be dropped into any REDcycle bin. Just look for the REDcycle bin at your nearest Coles, Woolworths or participating outlet. You can look up your nearest bin here..."
NEWS.COM.AU By Emma Reynolds "As our plastic waste piles up at overstretched facilities or is dumped in Malaysia and Indonesia, the crisis is getting too big to ignore..."