All posts by Business Action Learning Tasmania

Life Cycle Assessment

LCA helps us understand the complete picture of how a product impacts our planet, allowing businesses and consumers to make more environmentally responsible choices.

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Mitchell Plastic Welding

Mitchell Plastic Welding (MPW) is at a pivotal stage in establishing a vertically integrated closed-loop plastic manufacturing system in Tasmania.

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The Reuse Shed

The Reuse Shed aims to divert metals from reprocessing and extract greater value from the embedded energy in its existing form by up-cycling, reusing, and repurposing it in practical and creative ways.

Manual feeding of a continuous flow pyrolysis plant.
The New Black

https://youtu.be/YYP0R5UsUWw?si=4O4bQ2VCBdEQJw1E Christina Giudici is an agricultural scientist with a passion for soil health and regenerative agricultural systems, and a love of local and grass roots work. In addition to her professional work consulting on large-scale developments, Christine started a business 15 years ago called FIMBY (Food in My Backyard), which provides practical advice and support for […]

Biochar Living Lab & Lighthouse

Frank Strie from Terra Preta Developments formed a working group with Geoff Watson of CPT Engineering to establish a Biochar Living Lab and Lighthouse in George Town.

Aerial view of The Cove Tasmania
The Cove Tasmania

https://youtu.be/t33MsTjJvpA The Cove Tasmania is a family-run tourism venture that has evolved from a glamping concept into an award-winning resort. Situated on farmland settled by the family in 1867 and located just five minutes from Devonport, the business originally focused on cattle grazing before transitioning to tourism. The Cove Tasmania now includes a luxury five-star villa and 12 […]

Diagram of the Circular Economy
The Circular Economy

In a circular economy, we keep resources in use for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them whilst in use, then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of each product service life.

A new page in the history of BALT

On June 8, BALT turned a page in its seven year history with the registration of Business Action Learning Tasmania Ltd, a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. The incorporation of BALT has been a longstanding aspiration of the BALT Coordinating Team and industry members of the interest group, established after the first Lean Action Learning […]