Queensland Forum to discuss China waste ban

The Waste Recycling Industry Association of Queensland (WRIQ) is hosting the Queensland Secondary Resources Forum to address issues impacting kerbside recycling and international challenges.

The forum aims to discuss the Chinese Government’s decision to restrict the amount of waste being imported and how it effects Queensland domestic recycling capabilities.

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It also will attempt to highlight how Queensland can lead the nation in recycling rates to grow the sector locally and increase investment.

Keynote speakers and industry experts will be presenting at the forum and sharing insights and outcomes that outline how Queensland can deliver a new recycling business environment.

In particular, the presentations will address the impacts of the National Sword policy and how local recycling can be improved. Presenters of day one (afternoon) include speakers from the energy, metals and plastics industries as well as material recovery facility operators. Day two (morning) will focus on the state government policy updates and includes a workshop that will discuss and produce solutions and opportunities to deliver back to the Queensland Government for its policy consideration.

The event is supported by the Queensland Department of Environment and Science and the Bundaberg Regional Council.

The forum takes place on the 26-27 April and will be hosted in the Bundaberg Multiplex Centre, 1 Civic Street, Bundaberg West.

Tickets are $195 until 15 April and $220 standard (not including GST). Click here to register. 

PVC Recycling in Hospitals

4 October 2016
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, VIC

Initiated by the Vinyl Council of Australia, the PVC Recycling in Hospitals program is a world-leading partnership program recovering this valuable material for local reprocessing into new products, preventing it from being lost to landfill.

This forum, being run within Waste Expo 2016, will:
– share information so healthcare facilities can easily participate
– provide an update on the program in Australia and New Zealand
– address measures to take PVC Recycling in Hospitals to the next level
– ensure it becomes an efficient, effective, successful and integrated recycling program.

Booking required.

www.vinyl.org.au