Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo returns to Sydney
The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) for the waste, recycling and resource recovery sector returns to Sydney in 2022, providing a platform for the industry to reconnect and join forces for a world of solutions towards a cleaner, more sustainable future.
Running from 24–25 August at the ICC Sydney, visitors 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 leading brands including Isuzu Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Trucks, Steinart Australia, HYVA and Liebherr-Australia.
Visitors can look forward to a newly imagined show floor reflecting the changing and developing market, featuring three new 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 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.
New to the show will be the ‘Resource Recovery Summit — Getting to 80%’, a half-day event designed for collaboration between industry, government and waste generators. The summit will feature keynote sessions on commercial & industrial, construction & demolition and municipal solid waste, and is supported by the NSW EPA, the National Waste and Recycling Industry Council and the Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of NSW.
Attendees to the summit will also be able to enjoy the Resource Recovery Reception following the conference, which provides them with a chance to network and connect with speakers, exhibitors, sponsors and partners, plus celebrate the Innovation Award participants and announcement of winners.
Registration is now open — find out more and register free online here.
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