World-class conference on show at Waste Expo Australia

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Monday, 22 July, 2019

World-class conference on show at Waste Expo Australia

Waste Expo Australia is a comprehensive, free-to-attend conference for the waste management, resource recovery and wastewater sectors and is returning to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 23–24 October. Alongside the conference will be a large supplier showcase with over 120 brands including Caterpillar, Bost Group, Enviro Concepts, Applied Machinery, Cleanaway, Solar Bins Australia, STG Global, Joest, Lincom, Wastemaster, Bio Elektra, Greentech, Bingo Industries, Oceania Clean Energy and Steinert, to name a few.

The conference program at Waste Expo Australia will feature the Waste Summit Conference, brought to you by Oceania Clean Energy Solutions, which will cover six targeted streams covering resource recovery, waste-to-energy, collections, landfill and transfer stations, construction and demolition waste as well as commercial and industrial waste. In this program you will hear from The Hon Lily D’Ambrosio MP, Dr Cathy Wilkinson (Chief Executive Officer, EPA Victoria), Matt Genever (Director, Resource Recovery Sustainability Victoria), Dr Kar Mei Tang (Acting Executive Director, Waste Strategy and Policy NSW EPA), Barry Cosier (Director, Sustainability Australian Food and Grocery Council), as well as case study presentations from councils including Campaspe Shire Council, City of Holdfast Bay, Yarra City Council and Albury City Council.

Waste Expo Australia will also feature the Wastewater Summit, brought to you by EnviroConcepts. This targeted conference will address the challenges and opportunities in wastewater treatment and will feature speakers from leading water utility companies.

Waste Expo Australia Event Director Cory McCarrick recognised the importance of experts not only in waste management but in business coming together to discuss how best to overcome Australia’s challenges in waste disposal.

“Waste Expo Australia is about pushing boundaries and challenging operations and businesses across the entire value chain to innovate its waste management practices. There is no other event that gives you access to this calibre of content or suppliers for free,” McCarrick said.

Another significant benefit of Waste Expo Australia is its co-location with All-Energy Australia, Energy Efficiency Expo and ISSA Cleaning and Hygiene Expo, forming the nation’s most significant showcase for the waste, recycling, wastewater, renewable energy, energy efficiency and cleaning industries.

Across the two days at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, attendees will have unrivalled access to industry speakers and suppliers across waste management, wastewater treatment, energy generation, energy efficiency, and cleaning and hygiene. Registration gives you access to all four events.

To register for this ultimate conference and exhibition showcase, visit

Image courtesy of Reed Exhibitions Australia.

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