Waste Expo Australia returns in October

Waste Expo Australia, one of the most comprehensive free-to-attend conferences for the waste management, resource recovery and wastewater sectors, returns to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre 23-24 October.

The conference will feature two individual programs, the Oceania Clean Energy Solutions Waste Summit Conference and the EnviroConcepts Wastewater Summit.

The Waste Summit Conference will cover six targeted streams from resource recovery, waste-to-energy, collections, landfill and transfer stations, construction and demolition waste and commercial and industrial waste.

Attendees will hear from Victorian Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio, EPA Victoria CEO Cathy Wilkinson, Sustainability Victoria Director Resource Recovery Matt Genever,  Acting Executive Director Waste Strategy and Policy NSW EPA Kar Mei Tang and Sustainability Australian Food and Grocery Council Director Barry Cosier.

Campaspe Shire Council, City of Holdfast Bay, Yarra City Council and Albury City Council will also present case studies.

The Wastewater Summit will address unique challenges and opportunities in wastewater treatment, with speakers from leading water utility companies.

Waste Expo Australia Event Director Cory McCarrick said no other waste event in Australia provides free access to such a high calibre of speakers.

“Waste Expo Australia is about pushing boundaries and challenging operations and businesses to innovate, not just through technology, but through workforce practices and policy reform,” Mr. McCarrick.

The event will also feature a supplier showcase, with over 120 brands including Caterpillar, Bost Group, Enviro Concepts, Applied Machinery, Cleanaway, Solar Bins Australia, STG Global, Joest, Lincom, Wastemaster, Bio Elektra, Greentech, Bingo Industries,  Oceania Clean Energy and Steinert.

Waste Expo Australia is presented alongside All-Energy Australia, the Energy Efficiency Expo and ISSA Cleaning and Hygiene Expo – forming one of the nation’s most significant showcases for the waste, recycling, renewable energy, energy efficiency and cleaning industries.

Register to attend the free conference and exhibition by clicking here.

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