20-21 Nov 2023
Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Circular Economy News

Guidance for a more circular future in Australia and APAC presented at Circularity 2023

The Conference brought together passionate business and government leaders and provided actionable steps towards a more circular future New research findings from Planet Ark revealed at the conference show progress in the circular economy confidence-knowledge gap Presented by Diversified Communications in partnership with Planet Ark’s Australian Circular Economy Hub (ACE) Hub, Circularity encouraged sectors with […]

ACE Awards 2023 Honours Australian Organisations and Individuals for Achievements Towards a Circular Future

The awards were presented to the winners at the 2nd annual ACE Awards celebration ceremony held in Melbourne and hosted by Costa Georgiadis. The awards consisted of the following five award categories, and winners were presented awards made by Defy Design, a Sydney-based company that specialise in designing and manufacturing impactful products made from plastic […]

How to build a circular economy

Leading companies have come to understand that tackling climate change requires them to fold environmental thinking into their core business strategies. From transforming their operations, phasing out greenhouse gas emissions, and looking up and down their value chain for sustainability opportunities, these brands have embraced the need for transformative change in everything they do. Not […]

A circular economy can a pathway to a low carbon future

Amid the rising tide of environmental crises, Australia stands at a crossroads. Our collective future on the planet, our ecosystems’ health, and our businesses’ prosperity hang in the balance. It’s time to recognise that a circular economy isn’t just an idealistic dream; it’s the pragmatic pathway to a sustainable and profitable future. The Climate Council […]

Measuring Circularity: Paving the Way Towards Meaningful Action

The Importance of Measuring Circularity By assessing our circularity, we can identify the disparities between where we are now and where we need to be to create a world that is both ecologically stable and socially inclusive. Measuring circularity is crucial in our pursuit of a more regenerative future. It provides us with a clear […]

ReSource: Revolutionizing Circularity in E-Waste Recycling

As we embark on a journey toward a more sustainable future, innovative solutions are essential. Enter ReSource, a trailblazer in the e-waste recycling industry headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. ReSource has been working relentlessly to transform the way we handle e-waste and to support circularity in the electronics industry. E-Waste: A Looming Crisis E-waste poses multifaceted […]

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

Some people say that a circular economy is a mindset – in fact, it’s a paradigm shift in how we think about what we produce and consume every day. As a community this means consuming with consideration, understanding the impact of our consumption, and maximising the utilisation of materials and resources used in our products, […]

Relations with nature – a conundrum in manufacturing

Extinction of species, loss of habitats and years of neglect have compounded. The taking of natural resources for the means of production and a continuing devaluation of nature where a lack of product stewardship still sees spent materials at the end of life further polluting the environment.  It cannot be ignored. We as humans are […]

BINGO receives approval for Recycling Water Treatment Plant

“The project will change the Construction & Demolition (C&D) recycling landscape in NSW through diversion of waste soils from landfill,” said Brad Searle, acting Chief Growth Officer at BINGO. “The Patons Lane Recycling Water Treatment Plant will see BINGO improve the quality of recovered soils, sands and aggregates through washing. This will further increase our […]

Investing in circular solutions

SV’s investment of $7.6 million in 23 circular businesses and 11 innovation projects is laying the foundation for systemic change that targets the root causes of our waste problems. By 2030, these programs are projected to boost Victoria’s waste processing capacity by over 1 million tonnes and cut waste generation by over 600,000 tonnes each […]

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