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The annual EIANZ took place in Sydney on October 24th and 25th under the slogan of “Stronger, Wiser, Bolder”. The conference was attended by over 220 environmental professionals working across industry, government and consultancy. The mood was one of confidence as the EIANZ reaches 25 years of age and further establishes its role to lead [...]
The last few months have seen some significant advances in the way Australian building products can be assessed and compared for their environmental impacts. As a result, many organisations are gearing up their product development, marketing, product certification and positioning to gain credits in building rating tools such as Green Star and the Australian Green [...]
Thank you to all those who nominated and voted for Edge Environment in Your Future Home Top 50 Sustainable Building Leaders 2012 competition.
Edge Environment delivered a presentation at the Australasian Industrial Ecology Conference on Thursday 28th July 2011. The presentation reported on a piece of work that we completed for the Department of Sustainability Environment Water Population and Communities to research and report on leading Construction and Demolition waste and Recycling and Reuse Projects in Australia. The [...]
In the last few months there have been major advances in the way Australian building products can be assessed and compared for their environmental credentials. Edge Environment have played a significant role in these developments. To-date, building products and materials have primarily been assessed and promoted with individual environmental claims like “recycled”, “recyclable”, “FSC Certified”, “non-toxic”, “natural”, “renewable”, “low VOC” etc. This approach is too [...]