24-25 Jul 2024
ICC SYDNEY

AWRE 2023 Call for Speakers Now Open

Feb 7, 2023 Event News

The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo returns to the ICC Sydney 26 – 27 July 2023, with applications now open for their popular seminar series program.

The call for speakers to participate in AWRE 2023’s Seminar Series is now open.

AWRE are seeking experts across the waste and recycling sectors of commercial & industrial, construction & demolition, and municipal solid waste.

Whilst highlighting the strengths, challenges and opportunities in this rapidly changing industry, the Seminar Series also aims to focus on practical outcomes and solutions.

Those interested will gain the opportunity to share presentations, case studies and participate in panel discussions on issues affecting the industry in front of over 2,000 waste and recycling professionals.

Now in its 10th year, the AWE Seminar Series is a major drawcard for industry leaders as they join together to discuss the latest policies, opportunities and challenges of the waste, recycling and resource recovery sectors. At such a critical time for the industry in Australia, the AWRE Seminar Series provides a platform for topical discussions that will drive actionable change.

Key themes of focus for the AWRE Seminar Series in 2023 include:

  • Organics
  • Plastics
  • Recycling
  • Textiles
  • Construction + Demolition
  • E-Products
  • Product Stewardship
  • Medical Waste
  • Procurement

Position yourself as a leading voice in the waste and recycling industry by showcasing your achievements, solutions and innovations.

Applications close 10 March, 2023 at 5PM.

Click here to submit your application to AWRE’s 2023 Seminar Series.

Stand bookings are still available, enquire here to secure your spot at AWRE 2023.

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