ABC NEWS The manufacturing industry sector has been growing solidly for the past two years and, despite the closure of the car industry, almost 100-thousand jobs have been added.........
WASTE MANAGEMENT REVIEW The Australasian Recycling Label shows how each piece of packaging can be disposed of in the best possible way, indicating if the packaging can be recycled via kerbside recycling, conditionally recycled through programs such as REDcycle, or if it is not recyclable.
FORBES By Trevor Nace Ambitious dreams have now become a reality as the Ocean Cleanup deploys its $20 million system designed to clean up the 1.8 trillion pieces of trash floating in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Herald Sun Written by Lilly Vitorovich Retail giant Woolworths has posted a 12.5 per cent jump in full-year profit but has flagged that sales in the new financial year have come under pressure from the removal of single-use plastic bags......
Gippsland Unwrapped Written by Tammy Logan Currently, there are no supermarkets in Gippsland collecting soft plastic like shopping bags, bread bags, chip packets and frozen pea bags for recycling through the REDcycle program. Some of you wouldn’t have known soft plastic was recyclable until now, but many of you will be ready to tell me I’m wrong.
The University of Melbourne Posted by Kimberley Chhen Around two months ago, I watched the first series of ABC’s War on Waste (which I highly recommend). After learning that the major supermarkets have REDcycle bins – soft plastic recycling bins, I’ve been motivated to actively collect and recycle all of the soft plastics in my [...]
GLOBAL CITIZEN It's the most ambitious move against global plastic pollution yet.
NINE NEWS NATIONAL Woolworths has dismissed the idea of shoppers bringing their own containers to carry purchased meat and fish on health and safety grounds.
MAGNET Supermarkets are not swiftly making the shift away from single-use plastic bags after recent surveys showed almost three quarters of shoppers back the move.
BEGA DISTRICT NEWS Supermarkets are now swiftly making the shift away from single-use plastic bags after recent surveys showed almost three quarters of shoppers back the move.