With the help of ICC Sydney, AWRE and Diversified Communications Australia are now leading the way in sustainable event management.
When it comes to recycling our waste, Australians lead the world in many areas. For example, when it comes to newspaper recycling there is no other nation that does it better than us.
Doors have closed on the final day of this year’s most important waste management expo, AWRE. Record numbers of visitors made new connections and experienced the latest in waste innovation across this two-day event at Darling Harbour’s sustainable venue ICC.
Record crowds and a buzzing show floor dominated day one of Sydney’s only waste and recycling industry event, the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE). The first two hours saw over double the number of visitors through the door than the previous event in 2016.
Plastics have always been a target for environmental protest, and none more so than PVC.
AWRE is leading the way in sustainable event management best practice so when it came to selecting a venue for AWRE 2018 the newly rebuilt ICC Sydney, which works to a strong sustainable event philosophy of its own, was the obvious choice.
Processed Engineered Fuel (PEF) is a practical and sustainable alternative to the use of fossil fuels in cement kilns. The process harnesses the energy contained in combustible material such as recyclable plastics, cardboard, paper and waste timber that would usually go to landfill. It can reduce greenhouse gas emissions thereby improving overall environmental outcomes. A […]
920,000 tonnes of paper and cardboard has been exported to China, with Australia’s generating about two tonnes of waste annually.
Hazardous waste, sometimes referred to as ‘prescribed industrial waste’ (PIW), is the hazardous by-product of everyday goods and services.
Words: Richard Holdcraft E-waste is a by-product of the digital age in which we live and a big issue considering the world will generate around 50 million tons of it this year. In Australia, our e-waste output is growing three times faster than general municipal waste, and what to do with it is a serious […]