AORA demonstration day puts equipment through its paces

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Nothing beats a live demonstration to highlight the capabilities of new machinery.

The Australian Organics Recycling Association Equipment Demonstration Day, held as part of the 2024 AORA Annual Conference next month, will put a range of machines through their paces, processing green waste, whole trees, pallets and composted green waste.

This is a chance to see and hear high-speed grinders, shredders, screening solutions, loading machines, and for the first time, a mill in operation.

Industry professionals including FOCUS Enviro, CEMAC technologies, Lincom Group and Komptech CEA will be among those on site.

The demonstration day is an opportunity to get up close and personal with this year’s machines and discuss your needs with the manufacturers.

The AORA Annual Conference is established as the principal conference in Australia for the recycled organics industry providing a forum for education, discussion and networking related to organics recycling.

The conference features workshops, presentations a gala dinner, networking function and industry tours.

The 2024 annual conference, themed Collaboration for Success – Securing our industry’s future, will explore critical themes shaping the organic recycling industry’s trajectory. It will be held at the Sea World Conference Centre, Gold Coast, from 5-7 June.

The demonstration day will be held on Wednesday 5 June. Buses will depart the Sea World Conference Centre between 9am and 9.30am and return between 4.30pm and 5pm.

For safety reasons, delegates may not drive themselves to the location, all delegates must arrive and depart via the coach from Sea World.

You do not have to attend the whole conference to participate in the Equipment Demonstration Day. Price for the day is included in full registrations or as an optional event for $180.

For more information, visit  https://www.aoraconference.com.au/

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