27-30 March 2017
This WMAA-hosted conference recognises the integral role landfills and transfer stations play in the waste management industry. The program will compass all areas of this sector, from innovation and design to operation and regulation. The event also includes a conference dinner, where winners of the 2017 National Landfill & Transfer Stations Innovation and Excellence Awards will be announced.
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) has appointed Gayle Sloan as its new Chief Executive Officer.
The nominations deadline is looming for this year’s WMAA Women in the Environment Award, with Wednesday (31 August) the last day to enter.
8 December 2016
Arts Centre, Melbourne, VIC
30 November 2016
Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney, NSW
22 November 2016
Adina Apartment Hotel, Melbourne, VIC
This WMAA-run workshop will review engagement standards, such as IAP2 and AA1000, and look at online tools that can assist participants in the management of their engagement activities.
25-27 October 2016
Brighton Beach, NSW
Under the theme ‘Waste today, energy tomorrow’, this WMAA conference will include presentations from experienced practitioners who are instrumental in developing, delivering and operating energy from waste plants overseas.
The Waste Management Association of Australia has called on the major political parties to support the waste and resource recovery industry in their plans in the run-up to the Federal Election.
Following the success of the Melbourne event earlier year, this WMAA event is designed to emphasise the importance and value women provide in this environmental service industry sector. It will feature guest speakers, who will share details of their leadership journeys.