At this Business Breakfast attendees will be hearing from experts and the State Government on the economic headwinds impacting the economy. Read more
Dr Matthew Rimmer will be speaking at the Clean Tech Conference in Brisbane in November. He talks to Waste Management Review about right-to-repair restrictions, and what attendees can expect from his talk. Read more
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Where the industry meets to transform Australia’s waste management processes.
Australia is responsible for 74 million tonnes of waste on a yearly basis with a recycling rate of only 60 per cent. However, as all levels of government and industry work together to implement projects and provide funding to manage waste and protect the environment, the way we approach the country’s waste crisis is constantly shifting.
Waste Management Review speaks with Guada Lado, Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils’ Regional Waste Coordinator, ahead of her Waste Strategy Summit 2021 presentation. Read more
Want to watch more? Join the free presentation and live Q&A session with Dave Delany on June 24th at 1:30-2pm.
WRIQ is inviting non-members and members to attend their WRIQ Business Breakfast at the Bookwater Golf Club in Ipswich, on June 23. Read more
Industry-leading manufacturer of wet processing equipment CDE has revealed that its successful global virtual conference will return for 2021, bringing industry leaders together to share their experience and expertise on a range of materials processing topics.
Waste Strategy Summit provides an annual meeting place where environmental / sustainability leaders, policymakers, stakeholders from private and public sectors, innovators, entrepreneurs and strategic thinkers come together to exchange ideas, collaborate on new projects and access the companies, technologies and strategies they need to improve their waste management.
Speaking at the 2021 Waste Conference, Megan Bekeski of East Waste highlighted the importance of delivering education and behavioural change regarding waste.
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.