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SA Branch Event

Wednesday 28 June 2017
7:30 - 9:00
Location: Ayers House SA

Circular Economy is gaining real traction in South Australia, with the state leading the way nationally on fostering the shift from the "linear" economy based on 'take, make, use and dispose', to one encompassing the environmental and economic benefits of closing the loop.

On the 26 May 2017, the South Australian Government released a report on the benefits of a circular economy for South Australia. This seminar is a must for anyone currently working, operating a business or looking to invest in South Australia.



NSW Mid-Year Industry Updates

Wednesday 5 July 2017
17:00 - 20:00
Location: Kirribilli Club NSW
WMAA Members: Free
Non-members: $40.00

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This seminar will provide a unique opportunity to hear the latest news and updates on what has been happening in your state so far ths year, as well as a chance to network over drinks.



WasteQ 2017 Conference

Wednesday 11 - Friday 13 October 2017
9:00 - 17:00
Location: Mackay Convention & Entertainment Centre QLD

The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) 2017 WasteQ Conference - Reshaping Regional Resilience, will be held from the 11-13 October at the Mackay Entetinment Centre, Mackay QLD.

The focus will be around circular economy, shifting our way of thinking towards practices that are "restorative" and support materials and components being reused or recyced many times over. It will be supplemented by themes inluding: the date revolution; heavy vehicle reform; best practises; innovation and contracts/tendering.

For more information visit the conference website: www.wasteq.com.au

For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities contact: jan@wmaa.asn.au.



ENVIRO'17 Convention

Friday 2 February 2018
9:00 - 17:00
Location: Melbourne VIC

NEW DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

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.

Hence, the concept of the Circular Economy is rapidly capturing attention, demonstrating the necessity to decouple growth from resource constraints. It's inspiring CEOs, politicians, engineers, designers and the next generation of leaders alike. ENVIRO'17 will provide an opportunity to not only hear about the principles of the Circular Economy, but learn from successful local and international early adaptors as well as view innovation and technologies.

For more information please contact: jan@wmaa.asn.au



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