The fourth and final round for ‘Love Food Hate Waste’ grants to reduce food waste in New South Wales is now open.
MRA Consulting Group’s newly-published State of Waste 2016 report shows that waste generation has increased by six time the accompanying growth of the Australian population over the past 20 years.
The City of Hobart has awarded Veolia the contract for a new fortnightly kerbside green waste collection service.
Stakeholders working in organic recycling and composting came together at Sustainability Victoria’s offices on Wednesday for a seminar on sector trends and planning for the future.
Stamford Grand Adelaide Hotel, SA
The one day conference program will cover off on investment, infrastructure, and innovation across the most contemporary of learnings and experiences in waste management, recycling, resource recovery and remanufacturing.
On day two, delegates will have the option to attend a technical tour or participate in targeted workshop(s).
For more details contact Jan Cornay direct at email@example.com.
Friday 6 May, 7.30-9.00
The Old Woolstore, Hobart, TAS
Tasmania is the only state without an economic driver to stimulate the waste management industry. This seminar will highlight existing and emerging waste management technologies that could be funded through a waste management levy.