Exclusive Discount to the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo
Author: Ryan Collins
The Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) 2015 is on next month providing an important environment for industry networking, innovations and insights. Now in its sixth year, AWRE attracts exhibitors and delegates from across Australia, NZ, Asia, UK and North America.
Speakers from across local government departments including Sustainability Victoria, EPA Victoria and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning will discuss key policies that have been developed as part of Victoria's waste management and reduction plans with a strong focus on electronic and organic waste - both hot industry topics.
Sustainability Victoria's CEO Stan Krpan will give the seminar's opening address and discuss several of Sustainability Victoria's latest initiatives including implementing the landmark Statewide Waste and Resource Recovery Infrastructure Plan. Other speakers include:
- Kate Gavens, Director of Sustainability Policy at the Department of Land, Water and Planning discussing the Victorian Government's commitment to banning e-waste from landfill and the industry and employment opportunities arising from resource recovery.
- Lorna Mathieson, Team Lead Marketing at Sustainability Victoria, discussing leading the development of the Victorian Organics Resource Recovery Strategy (VORRS)
- Lisa Coffa, Waste Minimisation Coordinator at the City of Yarra discussing food waste avoidance programs in the great debate on the best way to manage food waste.
The Expo will also host MobileMuster and ECOACTIV to help attendees better understand the current state of the e-waste industry and how businesses can make changes to help combat the growing problem of e-waste disposal.
The AWRE is offering you an exclusive 10% discount when attending their 1 or 2 day seminars. Simply register using SEMINAR10 to receive 10% off 1 and 2 day passes.
Information and Registration
Individuals can register to attend the free event, 12-13 August 2015 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and purchase tickets to attend seminar sessions by visiting the AWRE website.