AWRE opens tomorrow


Tuesday, 29 October, 2019


AWRE opens tomorrow

2019’s Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) opens tomorrow — Wednesday, 30 October — bringing together the waste, recycling and resource recovery sector to share solutions towards Australia’s circular economy.

The two-day event, held at ICC Sydney, offers new connections, solutions and strategies to build a more stable, sustainable and profitable economy.

Attendees can discover an exciting showcase of full-circle innovative products and sustainable solutions to collect, process and recycle waste more smartly. Future-critical areas include machinery and equipment, software and services, bins, vehicles, and food and organics.

The free-to-attend AWRE Speaker Series will focus on the latest challenges, developments, strategies and policies that are shaping Australasia’s waste and recycling industry.

Covering the critical topics impacting the future of waste and recycling in Australia, the AWRE Industry Forum, presented in partnership with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, will present key industry actions and insights from across policy and regulation, trends and insights, to practical and tangible solutions from innovators shaping the future direction for Australia.

The event will shine a spotlight on food waste to drive conversation on food sustainability. A new addition to AWRE 2019, the Food Waste Stage will facilitate discussion surrounding food waste, involving sustainable package solutions, updates on the national food waste strategy and presentations from food waste warriors.

What: Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo

When: 30–31 October 2019

Where: ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour

Web: https://awre.com.au/

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