Trevor Bayley explains why end-of-life tyres are grossly undervalued, particularly the way in which they can be processed into refinery-ready, high value, oil, carbon and steel.
Mr Gong Wei explores the lessons we can learn about the need for adequate medical waste disposal capacity from the experiences of Wuhan and New York City.
James Thompson, Managing Director of Gen-C, explains how a live monitoring system can protect biogas engines at anaerobic digestion plants from the five most common hidden causes of engine shutdown…
MRA Consulting’s Mike Ritchie explains why he doesn’t buy the argument that reducing emissions means destroying jobs and the economy. Instead, it means growing jobs and economic wealth in different parts of the economy.
Considered by many as a problematic waste stream that is economically unviable to process, the changing commodity landscape and the advancement of technology means the resource potential of old tyres can now come to the fore. Gary Moore elaborates…
Esther Hughes, Principal Environmental Planner, MRA Consulting Group, argues that the Australian Federal government is to be congratulated for overhauling procurement rules to require recycled content in new building and civil works.
In a bid to combat the economic downturn brought about by COVID-19, Rob Stokes, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, has introduced the NSW Government's "Planning System Acceleration Program", MRA Consulting Group’s Esther Hughes explains.
Rick Hindley, executive director at Alupro, explores the impact of COVID-19 on kerbside recycling collections and discusses the importance of maintaining high reprocessing rates to create essential packaging materials.
Andrew Steer, President and CEO of the World Resource Institute questions how we should celebrate the 50th Earth Day in the face of the global pandemic and discusses what the goals we should be fighting for are?
With large scale disruption to recycling collections and markets across the world, TOMRA Sorting Recycling has published an article looking at how Plant design automation and technology advancements lead to increased purity rates, while requiring fewer manual sorters…