7th Australian Industrial Ecology Conference program released

Australian Industrial Ecology Network

Friday, 20 July, 2018

7th Australian Industrial Ecology Conference program released

The Australian Industrial Ecology Network has released the program for the 7th Australian Industrial Ecology Conference, to be held from 19–21 September at Rydges Parramatta.

The conference aims to highlight industrial ecology projects currently being implemented and to inspire innovation in Australia. Government, industry and individuals will be able to learn, network and discuss practical outcomes and solutions for managing resources in an open forum with like-minded and interested companies and individuals.

The theme for this year’s conference — Connecting manufacturers, recyclers and consumers — aims to create a dialogue amongst all stakeholders in the materials supply chain, showcase and promote industrial ecology projects and inspire further innovation in Australia. The conference will thus serve as an interactive information exchange delivering insight into practical outcomes and solutions for managing resources.

Conference participants will have numerous opportunities to share ideas, debate tough issues and connect with each other. For example, attendees will have the chance to tour large facilities that are profitably recovering and re-using materials.

For more information and to view the conference program, which features recognised experts in the fields of packaging, marketing, manufacturing, resource recycling and re-use, visit http://www.aien.com.au/conference/.

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