Australian Waste to Energy Forum coming to Ballarat

Australian Waste to Energy Forum coming to Ballarat

Hosted by the Australian Industrial Ecology Network (AIEN), the fourth annual Australian Waste to Energy Forum will take place from 19–21 February 2019 in Ballarat, Victoria. The organising committee and AIEN directors invite you to participate in the discussions, networking opportunities and social functions that have resulted in a forum that has grown year after year.

The organisers endeavour to keep the topics fresh and relevant. After considering feedback from previous participants and industry experts, the theme for this year’s conference is ‘Navigating the Journey to Success’.

Once again, the forum will be held over two and a half days, providing the time required to explore each of the topics as completely as necessary. Forum topics touch on all aspects required to successfully implement a waste-to-energy project and include planning, financing, feedstock, technology, outputs and case studies.

As in previous years, the event will be run as a single stream so that all attendees can participate in all sessions. It is the organisers’ belief that you don’t know what you don’t know, and that the reason for attending an event such as the Waste to Energy Forum is to become more educated on the topic.

Interested attendees are invited to register at their earliest possible convenience. For more information, visit

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