Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo in Sydney this July
Australia’s national platform and trade event for the waste, recycling and resource recovery sector returns to Sydney in 2023. Running from 26–27 July at the ICC Sydney, visitors to will be able to explore a showcase of full circle innovative products and sustainable solutions to collect, process and recycle waste more smartly. Expect to see some of our nation’s leading brands including Isuzu Trucks, Komatsu Australia, Telford Smith Engineering, STG Global, NSW EPA, HYVA and Liebherr-Australia.
Visitors can look forward to a specially developed show floor reflecting the changing and developing market, featuring three new and returning zones — the recycled zone, innovation zone and organics zone, sponsored by the Australian Organics Recycling Association. Plus, two free-to-attend education theatres, covering an impressive array of topics across key industry actions and insights from policy and regulation, trends and insights to practical and tangible solutions from innovators shaping the future direction for Australia.
Returning after its inaugural debut in 2022, the AWRE summit will now run for a full day in 2023. ‘Australia’s Reality Check — Recycling & Residuals’, will cover topical areas including the state of our resource recovery system, the reality, roadblocks and solutions to help us progress towards national targets and the challenges and policies surrounding residuals management in Australia. Hosted by the Australian Council of Recycling, National Waste and Recycling Industry Council and Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of NSW, delegates can look forward to high-level collaboration between industry, government and waste generators.
Beyond the exhibition and summit, AWRE will also be introducing its new AWRE Awards, a new and exciting initiative in 2023. The awards will shine a spotlight on the waste, recycling and resource recovery industry’s latest innovative solutions, most impactful and inspiring projects, and the individuals and companies leading them. Stay tuned for further updates!
AWRE is set to offer an exciting agenda of events across the two days, with registration now open. Discover the latest in waste and recycling and connect with like-minded experts as we propel Australia to lead the charge to global and national waste targets — together. Find out more and register free online here!
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