First recycled roads roll out
Meander Valley Council, Tasmania, is demonstrating its commitment to working towards a sustainable future by using waste and recyclable materials to resurface parts of the Municipality’s road network.
Waste Facility has gone solar
City of Darwin’s Shoal Bay Waste Management Facility is now running on solar power after 260 solar panels were installed on the roof of the Recycling and Resource Recovery Centre.
Tech for living assets
Planting and looking after trees in the City of Gosnells, Western Australia, has taken a technical turn, with the recent introduction of field data reporting and online mapping.
Reef trial to reduce erosion
City of Cockburn will host Western Australia’s first full-scale trial of an engineered reef designed to slow down coastal erosion by breaking down wave energy reaching the shore.
Meet Rose the chatbot
Devonport City Council is the first local government in Tasmania and one of very few in Australia to introduce a chatbot.
Dirty glass recycled
Shoalhaven City Council, New South Wales, has received grant funding of $500,000 from the Environment Trust to enter into a partnership with University of New South Wales’ Sustainable Materials and Technology Centre (UNSW SMaRT Centre) to establish a Green Ceramics MICROfactorieTM at West Nowra.
Bioresources powering the city
City of Gold Coast, Queensland, is expanding opportunities to produce cost-saving energy and commercial soil products from its bioresources.