Now in its third year, NCTCE2021, Australia’s only multi-sector Cleantech event, will once again provide a nationally focused platform for the Cleantech industry to come together, this time in Brisbane at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Packaging has number of important functions in our modern lifestyle. It plays a significant role in reducing food waste, managing hazardous goods and protecting life-saving medicine.
Streamed over three days, the Victorian Cleantech Expo features an incredible lineup of speakers covering everything from fast tracking start-ups, financing cleantech innovation to cleantech success stories from some of the best in the industry.
Environmental and operational managers at waste and resource recovery facilities can receive several hundred odour complaints a year.
As an extension of the National Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) and subsequent Cleantech Conversations webinar series, the Virtual Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (VCTCE) will take place 24-26 November.
The National Cleantech Conference & Exhibition (NCTCE) has partnered with SA Partners to develop its first digital masterclass.
In an upcoming webinar, Mandalay Technologies will explore the common considerations when reviewing facility software and the benefits waste facilities can gain from its Facility Product Suite.
The Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) is set to return this November, reimagined and launched as an interactive online event making it accessible to everyone, irrespective of geography or social distancing rules, to run as planned on 25-26 November 2020.
The AWRE 2020 reimagined online event has been established to offer the flexibility to connect while staying apart, learn and hear from the industry’s best as we navigate a changing world.
The online event will provide the waste and recycling industry with a new way to interact and communicate through thought leadership webinars, keynote sessions, breakouts and product launches. More than just an online event – it will be an online interactive experience providing attendees with an engaging experience that is easy to navigate.
“A natural extension to our existing face to face event, AWRE 2020 reimagined as an online event enables companies to continue to interact with our engaged buying audiences, sharing expertise, showcasing brand credentials and building relationships with customers, even in these unprecedented times,” Bill Hare, AWRE Commercial Director said.
“Our well-respected speaker series has provided the waste and recycling industry with continued innovative, informative and industry leading content over the last 10 years and 2020 will be no different. Attendees can join from all around the world with access to top-tier presenters. It will be incredibly powerful to create meaningful connections as distance is no longer a barrier for connecting people.”
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AORA’s 2020 Annual Conference, held 24-27 November at the Crowne Plaza in the Hunter Valley, NSW, will feature a line up of national and international organics experts.
Each plenary session will focus on one aspect of the organics industry, seeking out differing views and options for the future.
AORA National Chair Peter Wadewitz said the conference will be a prime opportunity to network with industry leaders and gain insights into the latest opportunities in the organics recycling industry.
“The AORA Conference is a forum for education, discussion and networking related to organics recycling. It is also an opportunity to celebrate outstanding achievements in the industry,” Mr Wadewitz said.
“I look forward to catching up with many friends and colleagues, and hearing the best ideas for our industry from across Australia and around the world.”
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Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Michael Gunner will open the forthcoming Territory Waste + Recycling Industry Summit, held 1-2 April at the Michael Long Centre in Darwin.
The Territory Waste + Recycling Industry Summit will provide an opportunity to discuss strategic developments in the Northern Territory resource recovery sector.
Presentations will provide information on how business and government can continue to deliver innovative secondary resource recovery solutions and grow community confidence in recycling.
The program will capture key themes including: challenges in the territory’s waste market, the forthcoming export ban and its impact on the Northern Territory, legacy waste management and emerging waste opportunities.
The forum will also discuss insights gained from a GHD analysis into commercial market opportunities, and provide an opportunity to contribute to the Waste Recycling Industry Association’s (WRINT) industry roadmap.
Delegates will also hear from a range of industry stakeholders including WRINT CEO Rick Ralph, ResourceCo CEO Jim Fairweather, Australian Road Research Board CEO Micheal Caltabiano and Territory Environment Minister Eva Lawler.
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