24-25 Aug 2022
ICC SYDNEY

Industry News

5 TAKEAWAYS | E-Waste – Expanding the NTCRS

What will an expanded National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS), to include all electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) look like?

5 TAKEAWAYS | Container Deposit Scheme Harmonisation

Tasmania has signaled its intention to have a container deposit scheme (CDS) in full effect by 2022, with Victoria to follow by 2022/23.

5 TAKEAWAYS | National State of Waste

Nov 26, 2020 Waste Solutions

At the 2019 Federal Election waste and recycling made the national agenda as markets declined overseas and faltered domestically.

5 TAKEAWAYS | Opening forum and discussion on the Recycling Modernisation Fund

Nov 26, 2020 Recycling

The Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF) aims to drive a billion dollar transformation of Australia’s waste and recycling capacity.

5 TAKEAWAYS | Finding the balance between the 2025 Packaging Targets and 2030 Food Waste Targets: From a Packaging Perspective

Nov 26, 2020 Packaging

The 2025 Global and Local Packaging Targets and 2030 Food Waste Targets are fast approaching, what can we do to meet them?

TAKEAWAYS | State Minister Address and Overview of the Government 20-Year Strategy

Nov 25, 2020 Event News

Introduced by Tony Khoury, Executive Director of the Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW, Hon Matt Kean MP, the Minister for Energy and Environment opened AWRE Online with an insight and update into where NSW stands with their 20-Year strategy. 

5 TAKEAWAYS | Waste to Energy

Can we solve Australia’s waste problems while simultaneously providing alternative energy sources?

5 TAKEAWAYS | The COVID Effect on the Waste Industry

Nov 25, 2020 Resources

COVID-19 has affected all industries across Australia, how can waste and recycling successfully minimise negative effects?

5 TAKEAWAYS | A Circular Economy in Action

Nov 25, 2020 Landfill

The circular economy is more than waste-management process, rather an economic system embracing innovation and digital transformation delivering jobs, sustainability and productivity outcomes.

5 TAKEAWAYS | NSW EPA Circular Economy Programs – Real change from local communities to big cities

As Australia moves towards a more sustainable future with increased efforts in recycling and waste-management, circular economy initiatives have increased.

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