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Plastic policy

What is the plastic policy in NSW? Navigate the Plastic Policy Landscape in NSW

In recent years, the global conversation surrounding environmental sustainability has centred around the ever-growing plastic pollution crisis. Different States and Territories have implemented their own plastics policies; Plastic policy in NSW reflects a commitment to mitigating the environmental impact of plastic waste. Through measures such as the single-use plastics ban and ongoing efforts to address the challenges of soft plastics recycling, the state is paving the way for a more sustainable future. 

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What are the guidelines for waste management in australia?

What are the guidelines for waste management in Australia? Sustainability and resource recovery

Waste management is a critical aspect of environmental sustainability. So what are the guidelines for waste management in Australia? By adhering to the National Waste Policy, state and territory regulations, waste classification systems, and embracing recycling initiatives, Australia is actively working towards minimising its environmental footprint. Individuals and businesses alike play a pivotal role in contributing to the success of these guidelines by staying informed and adopting responsible waste management practices in their daily lives.

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E-waste management

Transforming E-Waste Management: Apple’s Shift from Lightning to USB-C

In an unprecedented move toward e-waste management and global sustainability, Apple is switching its traditional Lightning cables to the more universal USB-C in line with a mandate by the European Union (EU). The development comes after the EU’s push for common charger standards across the tech industry, aimed at reducing electronic waste (e-waste) and promoting a more sustainable future.

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Wanless supports csiro industry phd scholarship: regulatory barriers impacting circular economy development

Wanless supports CSIRO Industry PhD Scholarship: Regulatory barriers impacting circular economy development

The CSIRO Industry PhD Program (iPhD) is a four-year research training program that focuses on applied research and working with the industry sector. The waste industry has identified the existence of real and significant regulatory barriers as a significant hurdle to growing Australia’s recycling industry. Together with QUT, we’re excited to be involved in producing the next generation of innovation leaders with the skills to help break down the legislative roadblocks to growing Australia’s recycling industry.

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