The Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia has opened design submissions for the label, calling on 'one and all' to get involved.
The Waste Management Association of Australia has changed its name to the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia.
The Waste Management Association of Australia calls on the government to introduce policies to incentivise the use of recycled material in Australia.
The Energy from Waste (EfW) Technology Parliamentary Inquiry was established to inquire into matters relating to the waste disposal industry in NSW.
WMAA CEO Gayle Sloan represented industry in a public hearing on Queensland's Waste Reduction and Recycling (Waste Levy) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill.
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is calling on members, operators and stakeholders in the waste sector to sign the 'Waste of Origin' pledge.
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) has elected Garth Lamb as its new national president for a term of two years.
As part of South Australia's 2016–17 Budget, the solid waste levy will increase from $62 per tonne to $103 per tonne by 2019–20.
At the AGM of the Waste Management Association of Australia, WMAA President Miranda Ransome announced the newest appointees to the association's board of directors.