Waste & Recycling Expo Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre

Recycling wasteWhat is Waste & Recycling Expo Melbourne?

It is known to many as Australia’s premier trade show, fair & exhibition devoted to the waste and recycling industry, the Australian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE) will once again this year take place at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, commencing 12 August to 13.

The event aims at bringing together the entire industry to focus on sales lead generation, showcase innovation, discover latest trends, network with the leaders from both the waste and recycling industry and government, as well as grant them the opportunity to attend high profile practical seminars and workshops.

Who to expect

Some of the key experts and professionals expected to grace the event include:

• Md. Farooq Alamgir Pahlwan- Director at Jhenai Tex Ltd, Bangladesh.

• Nicole- Song at Wet Environmental, Australia.

• Ahmed Ibrahim- General Manager at International Technology Group, Egypt.

• Joanne- Marketing Assistant at Diversified Exhibitions, Australia.

• Nguyen Van Dung- Director Assistant at Trang An Company, Vietnam.

• Onuoha Austin Uzoma- Engineer at New Frontiers Management Limited, Nigeria.

In addition, close to 100 different exhibitors and delegates all the way from North America, Asia, U.K and Australia itself will also be present to not only display their products, but also look for the latest innovative ways to accumulate, classify and process waste from construction, municipal and commercial sectors.

What to expect

Currently, Australia’s e-waste challenges seem to be developing at an extremely rapid rate regardless of the fact that almost 90% of the waste material from the technology industry gets recycled.

Waste & Recycling expo will, therefore, feature a host of e-waste sessions, chaired by Kate Gavens, the Director of Sustainability Policy at the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

Another vital area that will feature prominently during the seminar is “solutions to organic waste”, which includes market development and research in organics, an afternoon session that will feature representatives from the Environment Protection Authority Victoria & Sustainability Victoria, and another session on food recycling in commercial premises, chaired by Closed loop, an innovative Australian Company.

Ms Haughton, the Event Manager expressed full confidence that this year’s event will also witness substantial product and technology innovation and that for the first time, they’ll be working together to bring forth an event that will have very minimal impact on the environment.

You can now register to take part in the Waste & Recycling Expo as an individual, you’ll be able to learn a lot more about the latest technology, equipment, as well as solutions from well over 100 specialists. Around 1400 participants from Australia and beyond are expected to take part in the event