The glass packaging industry is cracking under the pressure of the burgeoning plastics industry, according to a new report published by Global Industry Analysts (GIA).
iBulk has developed water-saving solutions for a broad cross-section of industry segments including agriculture, minerals and pharmaceutical to name a few, but the most impressive results have been achieved in both laundry and food preparation areas
The Sustainable Packaging Allianceâ€™s (SPA) 13th Round Table â€˜Design for Recyclingâ€™ will be held in Melbourne on Friday 13 July.
A report recently published in the UK has found that the Australian wine industry could significantly reduce their CO2 emissions by bulk exporting of wine, instead of shipping it in bottles.
American company Metabolix has signed a collaborative agreement with Australia's Cooperative Research Centre for Sugar Industry Innovation through Biotechnology (CRC SIIB) to research and develop natural plastics directly in sugarcane.
A nationwide survey in the US in April found that 72% of the American public does not know that conventional plastic is made from petroleum products and 40% believes it will biodegrade.
Cascades has launched Bioxo, the first product line of containers made from totally oxo-degradable polystyrene foam.
We have a great boss. Every year, for Clean Up Australia Day, he dresses us in flouro-coloured vests, supplies us with lunch and sends us off to clean a local road.
A program launched by Nespresso Australia will see a local student travelling to Costa Rica to discover how to create a more sustainable future.
Drying is the major process used at the Nerada Tea Estates plant in North Queensland, the largest tea growing and processing enterprise in Australia, where green leaf tea is converted into dry black tea
KRONES has been offering a compact-size PET bottle-to-bottle recycling facility for bottlers and converters, designed to produce food-grade PET from used PET material.
Together the University of Western Sydney's Centre for Advanced Food Research (CAFR) and Food Science Australia (FSA) have invented a way to separate and purify the nutrients contained in manufacturing waste.