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Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) August 29-30, 2018, ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour

 

This August, the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE), Sydney’s only waste and recycling industry event, will open to the prominent NSW market for progressive businesses and professionals to connect and create unrivalled business opportunities.

At a vital time for the Australian waste and recycling industry, AWRE offers a dynamic platform to discover new connections, solutions and strategies to build a more stable, sustainable and profitable economy by combining the industry’s widest product showcase with an unparalleled free-to-attend education program.

“With new and changing regulations and the China import ban turning Australia’s waste and recycling industry on its head, AWRE couldn’t come at a better time for industry professionals who are looking to improve their waste disposal and resource recovery,” says Andrew Lawson, AWRE Event Manager. “With current market challenges as they are, this year’s event is set to be the most important waste management expo ever.”

AWRE 2018: AWRESOME opportunities not to be wasted!

To attend AWRE 2018, register free at:
awre.com.au

To exhibit at AWRE 2018, book a stand at:
awre.com.au/exhibit



   
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The Executive Education in Sustainability Leadership Program

 

Executive Education in Sustainability Leadership Program, December 2018, Griffith University EcoCentre


The Executive Education in Sustainability Leadership Program is a selective, small-class program for executives, sustainability professionals and those looking to make an impact.

Participants from all sectors will learn how to effectively integrate sustainability into their organisations.

Its content has been validated through Harvard University's executive education offerings and is widely considered best in class for developing high impact sustainability leadership.

The four-day intensive course will be offered at the Griffith University EcoCentre December, 2018.

Information about cost, program content and an overview of what to expect can be found via the Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership website.

If you have any questions or would like to speak to the organisers, please contact Delwyn Langdon or Dominic Jarvis at the Griffith University EcoCentre by emailing ecocentre@griffith.edu.au or by calling (07) 3735 7992. 

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Sydney Build 2018

Sydney Build 15 – 16 March, 2018, Sydney - Royal Hall of Industries - Hordern Pavillion

A LEADING CONSTRUCTION EXHIBITION TO FOCUS EXCLUSIVELY ON CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN SYDNEY AND NEW SOUTH WALES

A Must-Attend Event for:
Architects, Developers, Contractors, Designers, Engineers, Construction Managers, Builders, Tradies, Planning Managers, Local and National Government, Financiers and many more industry professionals.

Sydney Build Expo is the ideal opportunity for your organisation to gain access to all the latest infrastructure & construction projects, tenders and opportunities in Sydney and NSW.

The show features:
200+ international exhibitors and thousands of quality attendees showcasing the latest projects, solutions, developments, investment and opportunities.


50+ conference and workshop sessions with
60+ high-level speakers.
40+ Industry and media partners supporting the show.

Visit website: http://sydneybuildexpo.com/

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Total Facilities 2018

Total Facilities, April 18-19, 2018, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre

Melbourne will once again play host to Total Facilities, Australia’s single most important facilities management (FM) event. Over two days, professionals and innovative businesses will explore strategies to optimise facility and workplace performance and improve the places in which we work and live. 

Total Facilities combines a thriving exhibition with a leading education program. More than 150 brands will unveil the latest and most innovative FM products and services while renowned experts, academics and thought leaders will share practical insight into the industry’s top challenges and opportunities.

 “Facilities management drives efficiency, productivity and sustainability, not only within the built environment as a whole, but also for the individual employees and residents those environments support,”says Andrew Lawson, Total Facilities Event Manager. “Total Facilities provides the best opportunity for like-minded professionals to discover and discuss important industry issues and the latest solutions.”

To apply to exhibit at Total Facilities 2018, please visit:
totalfacilities.com.au/exhibit

You can also subscribe to receive updates about this year’s event at:

totalfacilities.com.au/subscribe