VWMA State Conference
This year’s VWMA State Conference will be held in Victoria’s iconic Yarra Valley on July 31 to 1 August. The conference will bring into sharp focus all things business, industry, community and government related on the topics of waste and resource recovery.
The two-day conference will feature a presentation from Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio on the Victorian Government’s waste and resource recovery agenda.
Yarra Valley Lodge
Heritage Avenue, Chirnside Park 3116 Wonga Park
Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo 2018
This August, the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE), Sydney’s only waste and recycling industry event, will open to the prominent NSW market for progressive businesses and professionals to connect and create unrivalled business opportunities.
At a vital time for the Australian waste and recycling industry, AWRE offers a dynamic platform to discover new connections, solutions and strategies to build a more stable, sustainable and profitable economy by combining one of the industry’s widest product showcases with a free-to-attend education program.
“With new and changing regulations and the China import ban turning Australia’s waste and recycling industry on its head, AWRE couldn’t come at a better time for industry professionals who are looking to improve their waste disposal and resource recovery,” says Andrew Lawson, AWRE Event Manager.
“With current market challenges as they are, this year’s event is set to be the most important waste management expo ever.”
To attend AWRE 2018, register free by clicking here.
To exhibit at AWRE 2018, book a stand by clicking here.
Waste Expo Australia
Waste Expo Australia returns to Melbourne on 3-4 October and will feature the highly acclaimed Waste Summit conference and the brand new Wastewater Summit conference. The event will focus on five key themes, including landfill and transfer stations, waste to energy, resource recovery, collections and wastewater and feature more than 50 speakers across the two days. These themes will address policy, legislation, circular economy and solid waste management and will be where the industry tackles its most pressing issues.
Hear from industry experts including Federal Government Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg, Victorian Government Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio and organisations such as the National Waste and Recycling Industry Council, Australian Renewable Energy Agency, Australian Organics Recycling Association, Cleanaway, Sustainability Victoria, Melbourne Water and many more.
Waste Expo Australia returns to Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on 3-4 October. For further information, please visit: www.wasteexpoaustralia.com.au
Achieving greater diversion in QLD: Future Waste Resources 2018
This year’s Future Waste Resources 2018 will provide critical information about how Queensland can achieve its waste diversion and recycling targets, writes Rick Ralph, Chief Executive Officer Waste and Recycling Industry Queensland.