Exhibit with us


Exhibit at AWRE to capitalise on Sydney’s dynamic marketplace and grow your business by connecting with an influential audience of waste and recycling professionals.

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What's On


Featuring unrivalled education and innovation alongside some exciting new industry initiatives, AWRE 2018 is set to be the most important waste management expo ever.

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AWRE in pictures


Take a look through our exciting photo gallery from all the happenings at AWRE 2017 and get a taste of what awaits you at AWRE 2018 this August at the ICC Sydney.

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Product Categories

Vehicles

The collection and transportation of waste is often the first link in the supply chain. Feel the power of the latest truck and vehicle models which keep the industry moving.

Bins

Waste is a growing issue across the planet and it starts with the safe and responsible disposal of waste. No matter what the size, source the latest waste containers to support your company’s needs.

Food & Organics

Global food loss and waste amounts to between one third and one half of all food produced. Find the latest solutions to divert organic waste from landfill and reduce waste disposal costs.

Software & Services

Technological innovation in the waste and recycling industry is a driver for future success. Explore software and services to keep your business operating efficiently now and into the future.

Machinery & Equipment

A successful waste management operation demands the best equipment. Discover the latest machinery and equipment providing the backbone to the industry.

Alternative Waste Technologies

There is a growing need for the development of new technologies that recover resource from waste. Discover new and emerging alternative technologies for your business.

eWaste

eWaste is being sent to landfill at three times the rate of general waste. Find tailored solutions to safely and responsibly collect, recover and recycle your eWaste.

Waste Management

Businesses today are focused on reducing waste management costs whilst committing to environmental sustainability. Find the right partner to manage all your waste and recycling needs.

Industry News

May 25, 2018

The clothes off your back

Australia is a nation of clothes-lovers, so much so, that we are the second highest consumers of clothes (per capita) in the world. The average Australian buys 27kg of clothes every year, but because the stuff we buy often costs so little, we think nothing of chucking it away when we are sick of it. In fact, every 10 minutes, Australians throw out 6000 kg of clothing, making textile waste the fastest growing sector of household waste.

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