Logan City Council has claimed an Australian first, implementing a process to turn sewage into energy and biochar at Loganholme Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The Western Australian government has announced $92.4 million in programs as part of the state’s Covid-19 economic recovery efforts, supporting a diesel railcar maintenance facility, attracting battery material manufacturing capacity to the state, and recycling initiatives.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency is calling for submissions to inform its Renewable Energy Roadmap, with a deadline in late-May.
Australian Defence Force personnel sent to Shepparton, Victoria manufacturer Med-Con to lift production of surgical masks have finished up.
Award-winning electronics business ICT International launched its new production facility in Armidale last week. Brent Balinski spoke to co-founder and CEO Susan Cull about keeping customers in 55 countries happy while operating from “a small country town”.
Final calls are being made for businesses wanting to participate in roadshows over March and April for the Army’s biggest project, the LAND 400 Phase 3.
NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has announced a third special activation precinct (SAP), this time in Moree, to generate business opportunities from the construction of the Inland Rail from Melbourne to Brisbane. The precincts are designed to “unlock the opportunity for investment in regional NSW” by attracting businesses according to a statement. The Queensland government…
Hardware sales are powering off grid security and IoT solutions provider Spectur (ASX: SP3) to expand revenue and margins in the Australian market. The Perth company reported revenue in the first quarter of FY2020 of $1.26 million with gross margins improving to 60 per cent of sales. Hardware sales have seen a 30 per cent…
Berkeley Vale manufacturer, TrendPac has been inducted into the Family Business Australia NSW/ACT Hall of Fame. The second-generation company shared the prestigious honour alongside Ella Bache and joins former NSW inductees, including Raine & Horne, Akubra Hats, Kennards Hire, Scenic World, and another Central Coast family business, Sharpe Bros., who were inducted in 2008.
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has approved a loan of up to $610 million for Genex’s Kidston pumped hydro project in Queensland, 270 km north of Townsville. The Kidston Project is the first globally to utilise an abandoned mine and will be capable of producing 250MW of power for eight hours. NAIF CEO Laurie…