The organisers of the annual Coffs Harbour industry event have responded after the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) announced plans for a new conference in NSW next April.
Victoria’s Parliamentary Secretary for Environment Anthony Carbines is inviting Melburnians to have their say on planning for Melbourne’s future waste and recycling infrastructure needs after the release of the draft Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Implementation Plan.
27-29 April 2016
Hunter Valley, NSW
A new event for 2016 organised by WMAA, the WasteNSW 2016 Natural Disasters, Risk Management Conference will take place over three days at Crowne Plaza in the Hunter Valley, NSW.
For more details visit the WMAA website.
The Clean Energy Regulator (CER) has bought over 45 million tonnes of abatement at an average price of $12.25 a tonne at the second Emissions Reduction Fund auction.
Six Western Australian community groups will share $76,000 for projects to improve waste management, recycling and public education on waste issues.
Boyne Smelters Limited’s (BSL) has announced that it is successfully operating an aluminium can recycling facility in Gladstone.
Southern Oil was among the 11 category winners at the 2015 Queensland Premier’s Sustainability Awards last week.
South Australia (SA) is maintaining its high recycling standards, as residents helped to divert more than 3.59 million tonnes of material from landfill in the 2013-14 reporting period.
1 December, 2015
Sydney, New South Wales
The Society of Plastic Engineers’ annual Plastics & Waste Conference will include presentations about policy, strategy and technology developments. These themes will be supported with data, potential solutions, technical progress in resource recovery, advancements in science in the area of materials from renewable resources and success stories in recycling.