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Welcome to the Waste Management Association of Australia

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 do this through leadership, collaboration, and knowledge sharing. Our values are to be professional, proactive, collaborative, informative.

We are the voice of the industry, the first port of call for government when seeking industry views and input. We provide a range of services to support our members, including advocacy, conferences and networking events, high value information, learning and training.

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

 

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The CDS momentum is building

Today's decision by the Western Australian Government to introduce a Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) is one more step toward the national harmonisation of the waste and resource recovery industry.

Martin Tolar, Chief Executive Officer of Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) welcomed the latest piece in the CDS jigsaw "WMAA applauds any attempt to remove state based jurisdictional differences in the regulation of the waste and resource recovery industry.

For the full story, click here.

 
WMAA welcomes cross border discussions on CDS

The decision made by the Queensland Government on 22 July 2016 to introduce a Container Deposit Scheme, is seen as one more step toward a national approach to litter and resource recovery.

Martin Tolar, Chief Executive Officer of Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA), welcomed the discussion between the governments of Queensland and New South Wales on establishing a single scheme administrator for the two states.

For the full story, click here.

 
 
 
 
 
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