Author: Claire Bell
With support from the NSW EPA the Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW (WCRA) is pleased to deliver workshops to introduce an Advanced Waste & Resource Recovery Facilities Manual to increase and improve the quantity and quality of materials being recovered, while helping to ensure that sites and operators comply with environmental and occupational health and safety requirements.
Waste Management & Recycling Industry personnel who are responsible for operations, supervision, compliance, resource recovery, waste education, depot staff, etc. from waste management and resource recovery facilities across NSW.
Waste laws and regulations
Waste avoidance and resource recovery legislation
NSW waste & environment levy
Orders & Exemptions
Stockpiling protocol & best practice
Protocol for the management of asbestos in C&D recycling
Pollution Incident Response Management Plans
Resources available to promote better resource recovery outcomes
Each participant will be provided with an Advanced Waste and Resource Recovery Facility Workers Manual for use in the workplace which contains guidance and explanations on the above topics. Participants will be lead through the process of completing an application for a licence to carry on a premises-based activity.
Where possible each workshop will include a site tour and/or a presentation on resource recovery, recycling, waste management, etc.
To be presented by: Tony Khoury, Executive Director, WCRA
Enrolment fee: $99 (includes GST)
For more information and to register download the form here.
Claire has been working at Planet Ark since 2011, after working in the communications industry and raising a young family. She is passionate about her children and helping the environment. Claire is super-organised and excellent multitasker, which helps in her joint roles as Office Manager and Campaign Coordinator.