Coal ash – one of Australia’s biggest waste issues

Coal ash has been reported to be one of Australia’s biggest waste issues, accounting for 18 per cent of the nation’s entire waste stream. Every year, Australian coal-fired power stations generate approximately 12 million tonnes of ash from burning coal, which can be turned into beneficial secondary products, but isn’t.

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BHP invests US$6 million into clean energy company

BHP has announced a US$6 million equity investment in Carbon Engineering (CE), a Canadian-based company leading the development of Direct Air Capture, an innovative technology which has the potential to deliver large-scale negative emissions by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

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Firing up phosphate production

Australia’s national science agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), has developed a smelting process to produce soluble phosphate for fertiliser from low value ores, eliminating hazardous waste and making production more economically and environmentally sustainable.

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