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Want to know what’s happening in the recycling and resource management industry right now? Or get a construction industry update so you know what’s coming up? We’ve got our finger on the pulse – not just by keeping on top of the latest recycling news, but also by chatting to the hundreds of construction industry...
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When it comes to their new site Moreton Bay Recycling is doing nothing by halves. This includes the office building. MBR’s business manager Hilary explains “Even though it’s not a major part of the business we wanted to do something different.” According to Hilary many of the people involved with the initial design were very...
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You may have noticed MBR’s slick new branding. Well, that’s not the only exciting change happening to this business. In 2019, MBR is also moving to a brand new location. If you are thinking to yourself, ‘but MBR is so conveniently located.’ Don’t fret! The new site is just down the road on Potassium Street....
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In recent years there has been a concerted effort by Queensland communities, businesses and local government alike to lower our carbon footprint. Queensland’s new waste disposal levy is a part of this effort aiming to significantly lower landfill, create jobs and encourage recycling. What is the waste disposal levy? A waste disposal levy is a...
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The Queensland construction industry has had a bumpy couple of years, with lots of businesses having to call it quits due to financial issues. This is devastating for the business owners but can also have a ripple effect causing business after business to collapse as projects are stopped and worksites abandoned. It is, therefore, no...
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Concrete is the second most consumed material in the world after water. As a society, we rely heavily on concrete to build things like homes, schools, hospitals and roads. In Australia, the cement industry is also an important contributor to jobs and our overall economy. Unfortunately, it also contributes to 50% of construction and demolition...
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