An award-winning Australian company has announced plans to build an $8.5 million plant to process end-of-life car and truck tyres (ELTs) in Tasmania.
Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) has held the official opening of Phase II Semakau Landfill.
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is seeking entries for its annual Women in the Environment Award.
Expected to be the biggest renewal of this event to date, the conference focuses on advances in waste management science and technologies, sharing experiences and case studies from cross the globe.
The annual conference of the Queensland Branch of the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA), for which this year’s theme is ‘Regional Waste Management – Opportunities and Challenges’.
8–11 September 2015
The Waste & Recycle Conference brings together guest speakers and delegates to exchange ideas and information about the latest international and local waste and recycling methods.
The ISWA conference attracts waste professionals, industrialists, policy makers and industry innovators at all levels from around the world to advance discussion about the circular economy and making the most of our resources and waste.
AWRE brings together the industry’s most influential waste and recycling professionals for two days of sharing innovation developments and industry insights and networking.