In the lead up to the 4th annual Waste Strategy Summit, being held at the Crowne Plaza Sydney, Darling Harbour July 20 -22, 2021, we asked international keynote, Soko Made, what challenges the City of San Francisco faced when creating a citywide zero-waste culture.
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.
Dick Gross, City of Port Phillip Mayor, explains the mechanisms required to help local governments overcome kerbside recycling market failures.
The Waste Strategy Summit 2019 will be held in Sydney at the Aerial UTS Function Centre 25-27 June.
The summit is designed for executives working within waste management, recycling, resource recovery, and environmental sustainability across all sectors in Australia, who are looking to improve their waste management operations.
The event will explore the waste hierarchy, with diverse keynote presentations and case studies illustrating how to prevent, recycle and recover the most common waste with a strong focus on policy and regulation.
Keynote speakers include Queensland Resource Recovery Program Manager of Waste Policy Sylvie Garner, Big W General Manager Supply Chain Anthony Castaldi and NSW EPA China National Sword Director Justin Koek.
The summit includes pre-conference workshops and two full days of conference sessions.
The Waste Strategy Summit is committed to a zero-waste to landfill objective for the event.
Waste Management Review readers will receive a 10 per cent discount off the registration fee — quote ‘WMR10’ at online registration.
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