The next 12 months will feature a number of key programs, reviews and initiatives that will impact the waste and resource recovery landscape in Queensland. To support its members and provide stakeholders with an opportunity to engage in two way conversations with the Department and other stakeholders the WRIQ has coordinated three online sessions for its members, the first of which is: Read more
Following the cancellation of Waste Expo Australia 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s largest gathering of waste management and resource recovery professionals will migrate its conference online to provide a platform for some of the most important issues affecting the sector to be addressed.
The WRIQ’s September Business Breakfast will feature presentations by: ANZ, State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning (DSDILGP), and the National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC).
The organiser of AWRE has announced the cancellation of the planned 2021 exhibition due to the impact of continued border uncertainty and extended lockdowns. The event will now return 24-25 August 2022 at the ICC Sydney.
Due to the evolving situation in relation to the recent COVID-19 outbreak and health advice, Quest Events has postponed the event initially scheduled for 20-22 July to 19-21 October. Please be assured that the health and safety of our attendees, speakers and staff are of the utmost importance to us and we will continue to monitor governmental regulations and advice regarding the running of live events accordingly.
The WRIQ is inviting its members and non-members to attend a WRIQ Business Breakfast at the Brookwater Golf Club, Ipswich. This business breakfast comes at an important time for the industry to come together on the back of a spike in consultation and engagement from the Department on Organics, Composting, Waste to Energy and other government priorities.
The Waste Strategy Summit provides an annual meeting place where environmental/sustainability leaders, policymakers, stakeholders from private and public sectors, innovators, entrepreneurs and strategic thinkers come together to exchange ideas, collaborate on new projects and access the companies, technologies and strategies they need to improve their waste management.
The Waste 2021 Conference starts next week. If you haven’t yet registered to join the online live broadcast, now is your last chance.
A reimagined Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) will now run from November 25-26 as an interactive online event. The organisers explained that the shift to digital will still make it accessible to everyone, regardless of geography or social distancing rules.