After many weeks of monitoring the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), talking to the industry and consulting with our partners, we have made the difficult decision that the Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) will no longer take place on 26 – 27 August 2020.
The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) at Sydney’s Darling Harbour is over for another year and at the end of the two days, visitors and exhibitors left with an increased level of optimism about the future.
The first day of the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) at Sydney’s Darling Harbour has wrapped up with important discussions held over two stages and both visitors and exhibitors excited for what lies ahead tomorrow.
It’s now only one week until AWRE opens its doors for the tenth time at ICC Sydney, to showcase a range of full circle innovative products and sustainable solutions to collect, process and recycle waste more smartly.
It’s been 10 years since AWRE committed to showcasing the very best solutions that the Waste, Recycling and Resource Recovery sector has to offer. We would like to thank all the exhibitors who keep coming back year on year and share our passion for connecting the industry to find solutions to create a truly circular economy.
In the lead up to the 10th edition of AWRE we caught up with Isuzu Australia to chat about how the industry has changed since they started exhibiting at AWRE 8 years ago.
In April 2018 the Australian Government announced the Towards 2025 agenda, legislating all single-use packaging needs to be reusable, recyclable or compostable. Globally governments are moving at various speeds, however there is consistent and growing pressure from community and consumer groups to reduce the impact of packaging products ending up as litter or landfill.
This year AWRE is celebrating its 10th anniversary and we would like to share with you some of the exhibitors that have been on the journey with us to find solutions to build a more stable, sustainable and profitable economy.
Australia’s waste and recycling sector is set to back Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s $20 million funding with the creation of additional jobs and greater investment in research and technology according to an industry survey released today.
Registrations are now open for the 10th annual Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) taking place on 30-31 October at ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour.