Speaking at the 2021 Waste Conference, Megan Bekeski of East Waste highlighted the importance of delivering education and behavioural change regarding waste.
One year on from National Sword, regulators shared their policy response at Waste 2019, while industry leaders discussed the critical steps to move the sector forward.
Waste 2019 is a leading conference for the waste management industry in Australia. It will be held this year at Coffs Harbour’s Opal Cove Resort 14-16 May.
Attracting over 630 delegates from Australia and abroad, the conference is targeted at anyone who works in or has an interest in waste management issues.
Attendees will hear from leading waste management professionals on the latest developments in the industry, visiting a vast array of exhibitions by national and international companies, and networking with other waste experts during the three social evenings.
The opening address will be presented by ABC’s Gardening Australia host Costa Georgiadis.
Speakers include NSW EPA Senior Policy Officer Natalie Alves, Cleanaway General Manager Technical and Environment Services Karl Baltpurvins and Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation CEO Brooke Donnelly.
1 Million Women’s Natalie Isaacs explains how her movement is helping to foster collaboration between the waste industry, government and consumers.