A new report suggests that electronic waste (e-waste) is a growing problem around the world, with 44.7 million metric tonnes generated in 2016 alone.
Businesses need to increase their recycling efforts to help reduce the amount of e-waste going into landfill, according to TechCollect.
A new facility has been supported by the Victorian Government which will help to remove e-waste from landfill.
Nearly half of all Australians are not disposing of their e-waste at the expense of the environment, according to new research.
The community will have an opportunity to have their say with regards to a proposed ban on e-waste from landfill waste.
Sustainable packaging initiatives have been recognised at the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation's (APCO) annual awards in Melbourne.
South Australia's grid-scale Tesla battery project will be undertaken by Consolidated Power Projects (CPP).
A record 13,500 printer cartridges have been recycled in Australia every working day as part of the 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' program.
Telstra has invested in a new 70 MW solar farm in regional Queensland.
The recycling of e-waste will be expanded in Port Pirie as Nyrstar upgrades its facility.
One in four Australian houses are considered 'smart homes', according to a study by ServiceSeeking.com.au.
A new survey has explored the reasons why consumers invest in solar and battery technology.
A report by Greenpeace USA has revealed which companies are moving most effectively towards renewable energy, and which are lagging behind.
The City of Sydney and City of Melbourne have been recognised at the C40 Cities Awards for their CitySwitch Green Office program.
Conservation SA has completed the first installation of the Australia-developed ZCell home or office battery system at a commercial building.