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Welcome to the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA)

WMAA is the peak body for the waste and resource recovery industry. Our purpose is to support our members in achieving sustainable waste and resource management across Australia. We are the voice of the industry, the first port of call for government when seeking industry views and input.

We work closely with stakeholders to promote the value of our industry and to ensure the best possible outcomes for our members.

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Call for Abstracts now open: ENVIRO'17 Convention

The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) and the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE), are co-hosting the ENVIRO'17 Convention from the 23-24 August 2017 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

ENVIRO'17 is set to challenge thinking around what is waste in Australia, how we reduce its generation and how we see it as the resource it is. The current linear 'make-take-waste' approach is no longer viable. Australian companies are facing the increasing challenges of managing resources, developing infrastructure and expanding and managing supply chains that are sustainable, whilst monitoring costs and responding to regulation.

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WMAA 2016 YP Scholarship winner announced

WMAA is proud to announce the inaugural winner of the revamped Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) 2016 Young Professionals Scholarship, Isabel Axiö, Waste Consultant/Environmental Manager at JustWaste Consulting.

The funding awarded to the winner provides an opportunity for a WMAA Young Professional to attend and present at a national conference, giving them exposure to industry and their peers.

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