The Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority (NAWMA) is leading the way in new age paper and cardboard recycling, with a $12 million project to help transform South Australia’s recycling capability.
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) has announced four new directors for the board.
It follows an announcement earlier in 2018 that the WMAA would be undergoing a period of board renewal.
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The following members will be affirmed as directors at the 11 May 2018 annual general meeting and commence their two-year term:
- Adam Faulkner – Adam has previously served on the WMAA Board and is an active member of the company’s SA branch. He is currently the acting CEO of the Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority.
- Georgina Davis – Georgina has extensive experience in waste innovation in government and academia.
- Jade Barnaby – Jade is the most recent recipient of the WMAA Women in the Environment Award. Currently she is the National Accreditation and Compliance Manager for Tyre Stewardship Australia and has been the Program Manager for Victoria’s household battery recycling system in WA.
- Tim Youe – Tim has experience in Local Government and is currently the CEO of the Southern Metropolitan Regional Council managing a significant resource recovery system in WA.
Eligible members are now being called by the WMAA to apply for the role of Vice President and elected director.