20-21 Nov 2023
Grand Hyatt Melbourne

How to build a circular economy

By Dan Esty, Hillhouse Professor at Yale University

Measuring Circularity: Paving the Way Towards Meaningful Action

Circularity principles have emerged as a crucial framework for rethinking how we design our economy in harmony with nature. This article explores the importance of measuring circularity, the associated challenges, and various methods and tools available to facilitate this critical endeavour.

ReSource: Revolutionizing Circularity in E-Waste Recycling

In today's fast-paced world, electronic waste (e-waste) is a growing concern. E-waste, including discarded mobile phones, laptops, and other electronic devices, is one of the fastest-growing waste streams globally. The environmental challenges posed by e-waste are significant, from the improper disposal of hazardous materials to the depletion of valuable resources.

Food waste’s role in the transition to a circular economy

Brooke Donnelly, General Manager Sustainability at Coles Group

BINGO receives approval for Recycling Water Treatment Plant

BINGO has reached a significant milestone in securing Department of Planning and Environment development approval for the Patons Lane Recycling Water Treatment Plant (RWTP) and Leachate Treatment Plant (LTP). This coincides with the reactivation of BINGO’s Patons Lane Landfill, which commenced operations on 3 July 2023.

Investing in circular solutions

To fast-track our transition to a circular economy, Sustainability Victoria (SV) is providing businesses with the funding, tools, expertise and networks they need to innovate for sustainability.

The Coles R³ Packaging Framework in action

Charlotte Rhodes, General Manager Own Brand, Quality and Responsible Sourcing at Coles Group

Make the Switch with McFarlane Medical

McFarlane Medical (McFarlane) is a 100% Australian owned healthcare supplies wholesaler. The business has operated for 40 years and services all states of Australia.

Bandag – circularity for truck tyres

The Bandag retread process exemplifies product circularity and a working circular economy within the tyre industry. The local manufacturing process re-captures the value of old truck tyre cases and retreads them to give them additional working life as high-quality Bandag products, before being recycled into raw materials or other products at their end of life.
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