Following the removal of the landfill levy in the Australian state of Queensland increasing quantities of waste are being trucked in. Mike Ritchie explains why the move needs to be reversed.
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MRA’s Mike Ritchie explores the ever present risk of fire at waste facilities in Australia and explains some of the steps to mitigate it.
Mike Ritchie argues the case for having an award for those who implement the unsexy and boring but really important waste reforms…
MRA Consulting’s Mike Ritchie explains how waste operators should use Section 143 Notices to protect themselves from inadvertently breaking the rules.
Mike Ritchie explains why the circular economy matters and discusses why markets are currently holding back progress.
Mike Ritchie explains why other Australian States should take a leaf out of the Victorian Government’s waste planning reforms…
Mike Ritchie, director of Australian Waste Consultancy MRA Consulting Group, explains the extent of the problems posed by plastic pollution in the waterways and calls for action to tackle the problem…
Mike Ritchie, Director at Australian waste management consultancy, MRA Consulting Group, introduces the latest State of Waste report highlighting current waste, recycling and energy recovery trends in Australia.
Mike Ritchie, director of MRA Consulting explains that in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), councils are about to amalgamate; as a result, the councils affected will have to plan for eventual integration of their residential and commercial waste services.
Mike Ritchie, director of MRA Consulting Group, highlights the different approaches to waste management and recycling being adopted by two Australian State - New South Wales and Queensland.