Local Council Innovation Showcased at the Waste Expo

Progressive local councils are driving innovation in recycling, waste management and community education to reach their sustainability goals.

Waste Expo Australia will showcase local government case-studies from across Australia, including Albury City Council, City of Port Phillip, Brisbane City Council and more.

Waste Expo returns to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center (MCEC) across two days, October 26th and 27th, co-located with All-Energy Australia. The ‘free-to-attend’ conference offers attendees insights into Australia’s shift from waste to resources and the roadmap needed to build a circular economy.

Community behavior change is one of the biggest challenges faced by local governments.

Speaking at the Expo, Binita Shrestha, Senior Waste Management Specialist from the City of Port Phillip, echoed the importance of “educating the community as crucial to creating behavior change” when it comes to waste management. She continues, “with a growing population, it is important to get community buy-in.”

The Waste Expo will bring together legislators, local councils, recycling and waste management experts all presenting on new and innovative approaches to waste and recycling.

The Expo will also deep dive into municipal waste initiatives for waste and recycling, commercial & industrial and commercial & demolition resource recovery and waste management, and the roadmap to circularity, as well as updates on WtE/EtW innovation.

Robby Clark, Portfolio Director for the Energy & Waste Portfolio at RX Globalexpressed his excitement at being able host Waste Expo in 2022, since the last live event in 2019.

“We are proud to deliver the most comprehensive Waste Expo agenda to date in 2022,” said Mr Clark.

“With a stellar line-up of speakers from all across recycling and waste management, all coming together to share their successes, lessons learned and what the future holds. Waste Expo gives attendees the opportunity to hear from some of the biggest names in the industry at the conference and do business with leading suppliers for free on the Expo floor.”

To view the full Waste Expo Australia Conference Agenda, please visit: https://www.wasteexpoaustralia.com.au/en-gb/conference-agenda.html

Waste Expo Australia is co-located with All-Energy Australia, forming the largest gathering for waste

and recycling management, clean and renewable energy, and energy storage professionals in the country. Free registration is available at https://www.wasteexpoaustralia.com.au/.

This sponsored editorial was brought to you by Waste Expo Australia.

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