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07 Government policy and energy from waste 11 Innovation key to raising standards 12 AWRE seminar schedule – a dozen outstanding sessions 20 Exhibitors preview – technology, equipment and services

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Cutting waste & becoming food wise

thE aUstRalasiaN Waste and Recycling Expo 2012 seminar series will open with an inspiring session on food waste management. Jon Dee, founder of Do something! and australian of the Year 2010, will address cutting waste and becoming food wise. australia landfills over four million tonnes of food a year and spends $7.8 billion on food that we throw away. Jon Dee will talk about the FoodWise. com.au campaign and the need to minimise the resources, fuel and energy that we waste getting food from the paddock to our plates. Jon’s address will be followed by a panel discussion covering a commercial organics collection trial in the sydney cBD undertaken by the Better Building Partnership, the opportunities offered by compostable polymers in packaging to reduce food waste, and what has and has not worked in council collections in australia and the United Kingdom. the Partnership is investigating the standards of collection, metrics of measurement, and the opportunities for diversion of organic waste from landfill. in sydney’s cBD it represents the ownership of more than half of commercial office space.

David Palin, sustainability manager at Mirvac asset Management and chair of the Waste technical Working Group for the Partnership, will share insights on the trial and details of getting this innovative project off the ground.

Compostable Polymers

Leadership in organics resource recovery on show

program as well as the provision of biobags and caddies to residents. Recently the council has allowed residents to put compostable nappies in their organics bin. Kevin trustman, Waste Operations coordinator at lismore council, will share more on how the program has developed.

Rowan Williams, business director, Plastics australia and New Zealand at BasF, will discuss the use for bioplastics, and the replacement of conventional polyethylene film for sustainable food packaging, shopping bags and mulch film to facilitate the end of life option of composting.

Council Collections in 1999 lismore city council was the first local Government area in australia to introduce a kerbside cocollection of food and green waste. this collection program included the establishment of the largest worm farm in the southern hemisphere. Problems with infrastructure degradation led to the decommissioning of the worm farm in mid-2012. since then, lismore has been producing and marketing compost products. Plastic bag contamination has been addressed through a bin rejection

2010 Australian of the Year 2010 Jon Dee will address cutting waste and becoming food wise

Wednesday 21 November 8.30am – 10.00am Key Note Speaker: Jon Dee, Managing Director, Do Something! Panel: Steve Ford – Representative, Waste Working Group Better Buildings Partnership Kevin Trustum – Waste Operations Coordinator, Lismore Council Mark Tabner – Working Council UK Rowan Williams – Business Director, Australia and New Zealand, Plastics, BASF Australia Limited

Plastic bags made with BasF’s biodegradable and certified compostable polymer ecoflex will take centre stage during the australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (aWRE) being held from November 21 to 22. During the event, food and other organic waste from onsite food preparation will be collected by sita australia and taken to its organic resource recovery facility for processing and then reuse by farmers as nutrient rich compost. the organisers believe that the Expo’s use of BasF’s bin liners will further promote resource recovery for venue management, and contribute to the success of composting and recycling efforts by removing potential sources of contamination and making collection cleaner, hygienic and more efficient. “the BasF Organics Resource Recovery Program at aWRE 2012 will demonstrate the ease of introducing an organic waste management program, keeping organic waste out of landfill, and will help pave the way for more sporting and entertainment arenas to adopt a similar program, towards a more sustainable future” said Rowan Williams, business director, Plastics australia and New Zealand. BasF has been involved in several trials worldwide to demonstrate the potential of composting as a feasible and effective waste management option for organic waste. the cOOl Project (cooperation for Organics Out of landfill), which received a special commendation from the United Nations World Environment Day awards 2012, was motivated by BasF’s desire to partner with like-minded enterprises and develop a proof of concept project that showed the ease with which organic waste can be collected and diverted from landfill.


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World Cities – Sydney and London The CiTy of Sydney and the City of London will outline their visions for world’s best waste management and the strategies being implemented. Allan Jones, Chief Development Officer, energy and Climate Change at the City of Sydney, will present a keynote session on Sustainable Sydney 2030. Allan’s role at the City is to deliver its Green infrastructure Plan and major energy and climate change projects, including tri-generation, renewable energy, advanced waste treatment, automated waste collection and decentralised water. Since his appointment two years ago the City has reduced greenhouse gas emissions in its own buildings by 18% and is well on the way to reducing emissions in its own buildings by 48% and the City’s overall emissions by 20%. Sustainable Sydney 2030 is a

practical plan for the City that seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by sourcing its initial needs from low carbon resources whilst at the same time establishing a decentralised energy, water and waste infrastructure to enable future energy and water needs to be derived from wholly renewable resources by 2030. This concept can be applied to any community in Australia, or indeed in the world. At Woking and in London, Allan Jones was able to tease out the real issues and barriers to a sustainable future through the actual implementation of a decentralised green infrastructure, including tri-generation, renewable energy, fuel cells, renewable gases from waste and recycled water. This model is now being adapted to help to deliver the targets in Sustainable Sydney 2030. The presentation will cover:

• Sustainable Sydney 2030 – Green infrastructure Plan; • island Sydney – Decentralised energy, Water and Waste Master Plans; • Showing by Doing – implementing decentralised energy, water and waste projects on its own buildings and operations; • implementing Australia’s first citywide trigeneration decentralised energy network. Andrew Richmond, Policy and Programs Manager (Waste), Development & environment Directorate, Greater London Authority will present live from London, outlining the City of London’s strategic direction and initiatives both implemented and proposed. Speakers: Allan Jones and Andrew Richmond Wednesday 21 November: 10.30am – Noon

Waste transport and handling equipment to STEEL the show eCOnOMiCAL handling, transport, and separation of materials is a key driver of capital expenditure within Australia’s waste and resource recovery sector. improved efficiencies, and the equipment that delivers these advances, continue to improve recovery rates contributing to greater diversion from landfill. The Australasian Waste and Recycling expo (AWRe) in Sydney on november 21-22 showcases a range of leading equipment providers, a number of whom will have their gear on hand allowing visitors to get up-close. Liebherr Australia is one example. Liebherr will have its A316 material handling wheeled excavator with recycling sorting grapple on show with the A316 operating periodically throughout the two days of the expo to demonstrate its potential. Liebherr’s Paul Findlater says the company’s range of loaders, excavators, tractors and telescopic handlers

Liebherr’s A316 excavator is an example of the equipment on show at AWRE.

can all contribute to economical enhancements in recycling. he cites high standards of safety, easy operation, low fuel consumption, and low service and maintenance costs

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as important factors in supporting economical recycling operation. Cab comfort and good all-round visibility from the cab and cab elevation are equally important for viewing in containers, sorting boxes, or truck dump sites. The Liebherr cab has an individually adjustable and ergonomically designed driver’s seat, allowing the operator to produce best possible performance all day. As well as meeting up with Paul at Liebherr visitors can bring themselves up-to-date with the latest technologies and equipment from Caterpillar, Scania, Superior Pak, Brentwood, GCM, Wirtgen, eriez, Steinert, Wastech and others. For details on all exhibitors and what’s on show go to page 20.

We LOOk forward to welcoming you to Australasia’s premier waste and recycling event in Sydney on november 21-22. AWRe brings together representatives from Government and environmental agencies, the commercial sector, industry leaders and exhibitors from all over the world. AWRe will feature an industry specific seminar series, an AWT pavilion, an innovation Zone featuring the latest developments, solutions and technologies, an exclusive tailor-made event for CeO’s and Councillor’s, a symposium hosted by the Better Building Partnership and a range of networking opportunities. The AWRe Cocktail Party is an opportunity for exhibitors to network with a range of invited ViP’s will be lead by hon. Robyn Parker MP, the nSW Minister for the environment and heritage and Jon Dee, founder of Do Something! and Australian of the year 2010. The AWRe Seminar Sessions have been designed to be informative and practical. The short and sharp sessions are considerate of the busy schedules we all have with our worka-day lives. Over the two days, AWRe will host 14 panel discussions covering a broad range of topics including policy updates, case studies on waste to energy solutions, product stewardship, new recycling solutions, the impact of the carbon price and much more. The 60 speakers are key influencers and decision makers from state and local Government, the commercial sector and key associations. international perspectives on food waste and procurement of waste infrastructure will be offered by Uk experts. A fascinating exploration of how two leading global cities are approaching the changing landscape of waste management will be discussed by Allan Jones, City of Sydney and Andrew Richmond, Greater London Authority. if you would like to contribute to the changing landscape of the waste and recycling industry i encourage you to register to attend AWRe.

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Environment Minister’s message

In Brief The Australasian Waste and Recycling expo is all about creating a platform for visitors to interact with recycled products, processing technologies, software, professional services, liners, trucks, bins, sorting equipment and much more. This is a sample of what’s on show. More detailed listings begin on page 20. Landfill cover The Tarpomatic machine is an attachment that fits onto any compactor or dozer at your landfill. Tarpomatic promises to turn wasted air space into revenue by extending the life of the landfill. Stand G35 Upgrading waste Koga Recyclingtech will share its stand with Masias Recycling. Thomas Backes from Masias in Spain will be on-hand during the expo to share his 20 years experience in the global waste recycling industry. Masias offers solutions in the treatment and upgrading of waste including technology for MSW, bio-drying, bio-methanisation, composting, biomass and industrial waste. Stand E35 Waste handling equipment Caterpillar claims to build the waste industry’s broadest and most durable selection of waste handling equipment and attachments. Purposebuilt Cat equipment, waste handling arrangements and work tools are made specifically for the demands of the waste industry. Stand E18 Crushing, screens and trommels Jaws Crushers offer glass crushing plants, remote-controlled concrete crushing plants, soil screens, crusher buckets, trommels and more saying that no job is too big or too small for them to handle. Stand H36 Lead Acid Batteries Orbitas collects, aggregates and packages used lead acid batteries from every state and territory in Australia. Orbitas is a national urban mining network providing innovative resource recovery solutions and management programs through its agency network. Stand E43

it is a pleasure to be part of the 2012 australasian Waste and Recycling Expo, australasia’s premier event for waste and recycling professionals in the asia Pacific Region. i welcome all participants from across the entire waste and recycling supply chain who have come here to share the latest products, innovations and ideas. increasing recycling, combating litter and illegal dumping and reviewing the NsW waste levy are NsW Government commitments, and key priorities for me as Minister for the Environment. they are outlined in our NsW2021 plan. We recognise the importance of Honourable Robyn Parker MP, NSW Environment Minister. the recycling sector, which provides employment and resources across a range of industries, and which had an estimated turnover of $2.2 billion in NsW in 2010/11. Effective waste management and recycling contributes to efficient use of materials, improves production processes by reducing wastage, preserves valuable landfill capacity and increases the pride that communities feel in their local environment. as a Government, we have set high recycling and resource recovery targets, which we are committed to achieving. the independent review of the waste levy has provided us with a strong evidence base to bring forward a new waste and recycling agenda for NsW that will help us reach those targets and deliver economic, employment and environmental benefits for local communities. i believe that the suite of new and innovative waste and recycling programs will really make a difference to the way we think about and deal with waste in NsW. We all create waste. Fortunately, communities, businesses and householders alike are all increasingly aware of the value of recycling and minimising waste. it makes sense given the clear economic, social and environmental benefits of doing so. i am pleased that products are increasingly being valued throughout their life cycle and more thought is being put into the way we behave at home, at work and as consumers and producers. Of course, there is more that can be done. the NsW Government is committed to working with industry, local government and communities to continue to drive outcomes in the waste and recycling sector. there is no one single solution but there are a number of ways we can work together to deliver long-term change like the establishment of much needed local and regional waste and recycling infrastructure. i trust you will all learn a lot at the Expo, from visiting the trade stalls, attending the seminars, listening to case studies or just meeting new people and developing new contacts. i wish you a successful and informative event.

Scrap metal Sierra Asia Pacific is the dealer for Sierra scrap metal processing machines and magnets, Gusella grapples and Intermesh cargo netting. The Sierra range covers large shear balers, car balers, cable strippers, granulation systems and balers for non-ferrous materials and paper cardboard balers. Stand G39 Source Separation Source Separation Systems provides solutions for the waste management industry. The company is focused on providing resource recovery systems for all waste generating locations that are simple to use, provide high recovery yields, and are tailored to meet specific needs. Stand F22 Refuse and recycling equipment Alert engineering Co is a privately owned company specialising in refuse and recycling equipment – both building machinery and importing specialist items. Stand G34

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Government policy and energy from waste MaKE the most of the rare opportunity to hear from EPa and government sustainability heads from NsW, Victoria, Wa and sa. steve Beaman, Director for Waste strategy & Program Delivery, NsW EPa will deliver a keynote address updating the industry on the EPa’s policies, funding and strategic priorities. stan Krpan, cEO, sustainability Victoria will then deliver a keynote address updating the industry on sustainability Victoria’s policies. the keynotes will be followed by a high level discussion on energy from waste in australia by panel members: • linda thorensen, acting General Manager, Waste authority, Wa

Department of Environment & conservation; • tony circelli, Deputy chief Executive, sa EPa; • steve Beaman, Director for Waste strategy & Program Delivery, NsW EPa; • stan Krpan, cEO, sustainability Victoria. Following this session, there will be an innovation case on Ballina council embracing pyrolysis. the panel will outline the project drivers, issues and opportunities for council, discuss the technology, costs, feedstocks, products and more, as well as explore market development for the biochar product. Thursday 22 November: 9.00am – 11.00am

Ballina Council embraces pyrolysis – an AWRE case-study. Pictured Dr Adriana Downie and the biochar product.

New solutions for difficult waste streams: mattresses, glass and more.

BETTER BUILDING PARTNERSHIP SYMPOSIUM iN aN exciting venture the Better Building Partnership will host a symposium at aWRE 2012 bringing together key property sector representatives to share their views on how to minimise the churn of sydney’s fit-outs. With the Partnership representing about 60% of the office space across sydney’s cBD, these commercial landlords have an important role to play in improving the energy, water and waste efficiency of sydney’s existing buildings. however, landlords face a number of challenges when working to improve the sustainability performance of their buildings. the Partnership therefore aims to develop collaborative solutions and initiatives to overcome these barriers and achieve substantial improvements in the environmental performance of their buildings. the symposium will address how to minimise waste from fit-outs – from the barriers and extended producer responsibility, to the legal ramifications of make-good clauses in leases agreed 10 years prior to their enforcement. this symposium will help inform the next actions the Better Buildings Partnership will take in order to move the market forward for the environmental and bottom-line benefit of the industry as a whole. the Better Buildings Partnership was launched by the lord Mayor of sydney, clover Moore MP on the 30 June 2011 along with founding members; aMP capital investors, Brookfield Office Properties australia, charter hall, city of sydney, colonial First state Global asset Management, DEXUs Property Group, Frasers Property, the GPt Group, investa Property Group, lend lease, Mirvac, stockland, the University of sydney, and the University of technology. Symposium attendance is by invitation only

Recycling solutions for difficult waste streams DiFFicUlt waste streams continue to be a core topic of interest. innovations in recycling are key to address their impact on the environment. attend this session to learn about new solutions for traditionally difficult and troublesome ‘waste’ items. Find out about a new recycling facility for nappies and the opportunities to save landfill space and reduce litter through EPs recycling. an example is the advancement made over the last 12 months in mattress recycling resulting in a recovery rate of 98% and achievements in reprocessing technology and market

development which has seen more than 25,000 tonnes diverted from landfill in that time. Thursday 22 November: 1.30pm – 2.50pm Panel Members: • Gareth Williamson – Managing Director, Relivit; • Kevin trustrum – lismore council; • chris Jeffreys – National Program Manager, Glass Recover and Recycling, Packaging stewardship Forum; • andrew Douglas – senior social Enterprise Manager, Mission australia. We e k l y n e w s u p d a t e s a t w w w. B E N - g l o b a l . c o m / w a s t e

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Practical implications of the carbon price and Carbon Farming Initiative thE Bundaberg Regional council’s innovative new landfill gas offsets projects will be a key highlight of the panel’s discussion, including the steps taken to develop the projects key contractual issues to manage risks and the lessons learnt to date will be explored. the session will also cover the opportunities and limitations of the carbon Farming initiative with Maya stuart-Fox from the carbon Farming Policy Branch, Department of climate change and Energy Efficiency presenting. she has responsibility for the development of the carbon Farming initiative, including the legislation, estimation methodologies and stakeholder engagement for this key Government scheme. this will be followed by a discussion on the impact on disposal costs and resource recovery. Finally, the session will explore the likely future price of carbon and the implications of the recent announcement to link our carbon market to the EU market with advice from the australian Manager of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, seb henbest.

Focus on alternative waste treatment a cOMMitMENt to providing visitors with updates on developments in alternative waste treatment technology has led the organisers of the australasian Waste and Recycling Expo to introduce an aWt pavillion at the 2012 Expo. the aim is for providers and end users from around the world to communicate about the opportunities and risks of various technology solutions. Expo visitors can hear directly from the developers of the latest technologies both in the market and under development.

Pavilion Snapshot Biogas With debate in australia hotting up around energy from waste we’re likely to see a range of technologies on show in the coming years. himark Biogas’ iMUs™ claims to be the worlds first anaerobic digestion system that is proven to process mixed waste that others can’t including MsW, livestock/agri-waste, food processing, slaughterhouse waste, distillery and biofuel bi-products. himark says its clients benefit from

the highest ROi in the industry through earnings on electricity, GhG credits, fertilizer and water recycling and waste disposal revenue. Organics recycling according to aKt Evolution its pushpull system can process over 1000 different organic waste materials with a wide range of physical characteristics. the technology offers end users a range of systems for recycling organic waste products. anything from fish, meat and dairy streams to bio solids and industrial sludge can be processed and recycled. the technology has 20 years of R&D behind it and retains high levels of nutrition from organic waste. the company say its sterilising regime improves storage, transportation and shelf life and its aerosolising process allows products previously regarded as uneconomical to be processed. Compost and biogas anaeco has developed technology known as the DicOM™ system – a patented hybrid biological process that converts the organic content

AKT Evolution’s push-pull system

of municipal solid waste (MsW) into quality compost and biogas. the DicOM system incorporates MsW sorting, resource recovery and recycling with organic waste recycling using the DicOM bioconversion process. the output is renewable energy generation and compost manufacture the DicOM system has been developed over 12 years with phase 2 expansion of the Western Metropolitan Regional council’s shenton Park plant in Perth imminent.

Wednesday 21 November: 1.30pm – 3.00pm Panel Members • Peter hawke – special council, herbert Geer; • Kerry Dalton – coordinator waste and recycling environmental compliance, Bundaberg Regional council; • Maya stuart-Fox – assistant secretary for the carbon Farming Policy Branch in land Division, Department of climate change and Energy Efficiency; • seb henbest – Manager, australia, Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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A render of the central bar area visitors to AWRE will enjoy.

Wonder-bar use of recycled materials VisitORs to the australasian Waste and Recycling exhibition will find numerous examples of recycled materials put to good use. One of the more innovative displays amongst these will be the central bar area at the Expo, which is being built by sydney company Oxford communications. all elements of the bar area from the bar itself, lectern and walls to cocktail tables, stools and coffee tables will be build from a recycled product called X-Board. X-Board is manufactured in south

africa from recovered and up-cycled cellulose fibre waste from cardboard and bagasse, into lightweight composite X-Board panels. the bar area visitors will see at the expo has been purpose built by Oxford communications to showcase what can be achieved creatively with X-Board. X-Board’s features • Recycled and 100% recyclable – No wax or polyethylene is used in the manufacturing process, allowing the board to be easily repulped back

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into paper; • Flame-resistant to international B3 standard; • You can print directly to the board and cut, fold and shape it to many designs; • X-Board is tough with a nine tonne crush rating (you can run over it with a forklift and not dent it). it can replace MDF and plastics that are made from toxic elements and glues; • X-Board is six times lighter than MDF so it can be freighted at a lower cost and with a lower carbon footprint.


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Innovation key to raising standards in waste management thE aUstRalasiaN Waste and Recycling innovation awards celebrate products and projects that strive to perform beyond what is considered achievable, stimulate growth and raise industry standards across the entire industry. the awards encompass both new processes and systems and new products. Visitors can get up close with the latest technology at the showcase of award finalists at aWRE 2012. the 2012 awards will be independently judged by Jon Dee, founder Do something, Nic Burt cEO, Facility Management association australia and Robert Verhey strategy, lGsa. Winners will be announced at the Expo on Wednesday 21 November.

Entry Highlights

CaTegOry: NeW PrOduCT Steinert – uniSort Flake Recycling should be a whole lot easier than it is – after all, we go to great lengths to extract impure raw materials, invest large amounts of energy in purifying and processing them and turning them into useful products. the Unisort line of sorting machines developed by Rtt stEiNERt use a range of detection and separation technologies to automatically sort waste at different points along the recovery and recycling path. Powerful, user-friendly, compact and flexible – these are the distinguishing features of Rtt stEiNERt’s new Flake. • sensor width: 75cm; • Fraction range size: 5-20mm; • Measurements per second >24 million • 120 high-speed valves, nozzle-grid 6.25mm.

BioMax Biomax technologies is a singaporebased company on the cutting edge of research and development in sustainable green technology. after years of intensive research and rigorous testing, Biomax is proud to present their breakthrough waste-to-fertiliser innovation. the internationally patented Biomax Rapid thermophilic Digestion system has the capability to treat all kinds of organic waste such as agricultural and food waste into odourless, pathogenfree and nutrient-rich organic fertiliser in just 24 hours, under a highly controlled environment of 80ºc. Hazibag hazibag is the first purpose built FiBc used for the safe containment and transport of asbestos. the product allows for a much safer method to contain, transport and dispose of asbestos, medical waste, contaminated soils and toxic wood and plants. the safe method gives greater protection to the general public, waste transport operators and staff at landfills. hazibag has Packaging Group ii & iii solid dangerous goods certification and is tested under the N.a.t.a (australian testing authority) stamp of approval which opens up a large market for the product.

CaTegOry: NeW PrOCeSS Or SySTeM Waste-edge Wastedge.com is reinventing the way waste collection field staff work and communicate with affordable technology. its iPad/iPhone app is

Steinert’s Unisort Flake is a 2012 innovation awards finalist.

the first on the australian market for waste collection. the innovation provides paperless run sheets which save administration staff preparation time and paper. the system also shows drivers where jobs are on the map and the shortest path as well as integrating the ability to take and attach pictures that are GPs time/date stamped for easy proof of service. On-screen signatures and barcodes scan for bin tracking can save paperwork in the process. the marketability of the product lies in the low cost of set up and ongoing operation, speed and ease of getting started. Koga the Mas-DRD system was developed

by the Upper austrian machine manufacturer “Mas-Maschinen und anlagenbau schulz Gmbh” and offers an exceptionally efficient recycling technology for plastic films and flakes that are polluted with granular, nonsticky materials. traditionally, water is used as a cleaning agent in the recycling process of plastic. Using this method, plastic has to be processed with much labour and energy. the Mas-DRD-system uses air instead of water and plasticises processed plastics through a very gentle and energy saving procedure. advantages of the technology include a significantly lower necessity for investment due to its water free cleaning method and lower staff requirements.

Highlights of what’s on in and around AWRE 2012 MICRO PRESENTATIONS

CEO & COUNCILLOR FORUM

aWRE’s micro presentations are inspired by Pecha Kucha, the 20 slides/20 seconds presentation format created in Japan in February 2003. it’s an exhilarating, creative experience for both presenters and the audience. see presentations from Meinhardt australia on Delivering an Effective Waste Management Business case, hotRot Organic solutions on their high-rate in-vessel composting system and more. Visit www.awre. com.au for the full schedule of presentations. When: Noon until 2.00pm Where: Central Networking Bar

taking place at the upcoming aWRE Expo, the cEO and councillor Forum is an exclusive tailor-made event. Forum participants will include a select group of industry, local government leaders and councillors who will share their learnings, insights and knowledge with invited guests. subjects covered will include: • Recycling versus landfill – make an informed decision for your community; • Do recyclables have a commercial value?; • alternative Waste technology – does it work? the potential pitfalls,

costs and key considerations in procurement; • how are disposal costs changing with the carbon price and landfill taxes? lord Mayor of sydney, clover Moore, Patron of the forum, will make an opening address and answer questions about this industry. if you are a senior staff member or councillor wanting to ask key questions of the industry and colleagues, this is a must attend session. call alanna Phillips now to express interest in attending on 03 9261 4500. attendance is by invitation only.

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SEMInAR THEATRE 1 – WEdnESdAy 21ST nOVEMBER 8.30am10.00am

Cutting waste & becoming food wise.

10.30am11.50am

Cities of the World – City of Sydney and City of London.

1.30pm2.50pm

Practical implications of the carbon price and carbon farming initiative.

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How to increase recovery in facilities across australia.

Key note address & panel discussion. Keynote Speaker: John Dee – Managing Director, Do something! Panel: steve Ford – Representative, Waste Working Group Better Buildings Partnership David Palin – chair, Waste Working Group BBP Kevin trustum – Waste Operations coordinator, lismore council Mark tabner – Working council, UK Rowan Williams – Business Director, australia and New Zealand, Plastics, BasF australia limited Facilitator: Mark Jackson – a/Manager Resource Recovery, NsW EPa Key note presentations & opportunity to ask questions. Presenters: andrew Richmond – Waste strategy Manager, Greater london authority allan Jones – chief Development Officer, Energy and climate change city of sydney Facilitator: Greg Freeman – Managing Director, impact Environmental consulting Panel discussion. Panel: Peter hawke – special council, herbert Geer Kerry Dalton – coordinator waste and recycling environmental compliance, Bundaberg Regional council Maya stuart-Fox – assistant secretary for the carbon Farming Policy Branch in land Division, Department of climate change and Energy Efficiency seb henbest – Manager, australia, Bloomberg New Energy Finance Facilitator: Mike Ritchie - Managing Director, Mike Ritchie & associates Panel discussion. Panel: Nic Burt – cEO, Facility Management association of australia (FMaa) chris Derksema – Director of sustainability, city of sydney Rebecca Pearce – Director sustainability, cBRE & Representative of the Better Buildings Partnership hal Dobbins – Waste Management Policy consultant, Green Building council of australia Facilitator: shaun condon – head of Environment and safety, investa Property Group

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asbestos – Legislation, Policy and Practice in NSW. Panel Discussion Panel: steve Kibble - Group Manager, Office of asbestos safety, australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Rosalie Mayo-Ramsay – state coordinator asbestos and Demolition, Engineering team, Workcover NsW amy lovesey – Project Manager – asbestos Policy, local Government association of NsW and shires association of NsW Jason scarborough – NsW EPa Facilitator: Robert Verhey – strategy Manager – Environment, local Government association of NsW and shires association of NsW

SEMInAR THEATRE 1 – THuRSdAy 22nd nOVEMBER 9.00am11.00am

Key note policy update from NSW ePa & panel discussion on energy from waste with the Wa, Sa & NSW governments. Key note address & panel discussion. Keynotes: stephen Beaman – Director for waste strategy and program delivery, NsW EPa stan Krpan – cEO, sustainability Victoria Panel: linda thoresen - General Manager, Office of the Waste authority, Department of Environment and conservation, Western australia tony circelli – Deputy chief Executive, Environment Protection authority south australia stephen Beaman – Director for waste strategy and program delivery, NsW EPa stan Krpan – cEO, sustainability Victoria Facilitator: Judy Goldman – Director, Mediaways

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SEMInAR THEATRE 1 – THuRSdAy 22nd nOVEMBER 11.30am12.50pm

Case Study: Ballina Council embraces pyrolysis.

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Procurement of Waste Infrastructure.

Panel discussion. Panel: Dr adriana Downie – Pacific Pyrolysis Dr ian tiley – Regional Development australia Dr lukas Van Zwieten – Principal Research scientist in climate and soils, Department of Primary industries Rod Dawson – Ballina shire council Facilitator: Judy Goldman – Director, Mediaways Panel discussion. Panel: John Bland – Greater Manchester Waste authority Jennifer hughes – Baker & McKenzie David longmuir – Director, Everything infrastructure Facilitator: Mark Winser – senior Project Officer, Kimbriki Environmental Enterprises Pty ltd

SEMInAR THEATRE 1 – THuRSdAy 22nd nOVEMBER 3.10pm4.30pm

Implementation of the TV and Computer Scheme – what it really means for you. Panel discussion. Panel: Peter Bruce – Director, service Parts logistic australia carmel Dollisson – cEO, australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform limited (aNZRP) steve Rust – Managing Director, Panasonic australia Peter Brisbane – Director, television and computer Regulator team, Department of sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and communities Mark M McKenzie – Manager, Waste strategy, city Of sydney Facilitator: Russ Martin – President, GlobalPsc

SEMInAR THEATRE 2 – THuRSdAy 22nd nOVEMBER 9.30am10.50am

Industrial ecology: waste reduction in industry, mining and agriculture.

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Social enterprise in Waste Management.

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recycling solutions for difficult waste streams: nappies, mattresses, polystyrene & glass.

Panel discussion. Panel: Grant Musgrove – Director, Partnerships, Policy and Projects, australian council of Recyclers (acOR) Gabris simonian – Managing Director, Weston aluminium Mat skembes – strategic sourcing and supply chain Manager, James hardie Presenter & Facilitator: colin Barker – Manager Process Engineering and sustainability, advitech Panel discussion. Panel: Peter cox – community Recycling Network craig Rees – Manager, Resource Recovery Miles lochhead – Business Manager, Renewable Recyclers libby Darlison – Director, the Miller Group Facilitator: associate Professor cheryl Kernot – Director of social Business the centre for social impact, UNsW Panel discussion. Panel: Gareth Williamson – Managing Director, Relivit Kevin trustrum – lismore council chris Jeffreys – National Program Manager, Glass Recover and Recycling, Packaging stewardship Forum andrew Douglas – senior social Enterprise Manager, Mission australia Facilitator: Greg Freeman – MD, impact Environmental consulting

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The Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo is made up of a broad range of activities, sessions, forums and events. To help visitors make the most of their attendance we’ve prepared a snapshot of what is most likely to be of value to six key visitor groups:

Councils & Councillors Seminars: all seminars • aWt Pavilion • cEO & councillor Forum

exhibitors: Biomax technologies Pte ltd Brentwood Recycling systems community Recycling Network australia hotRot Organic solutions Great lakes Resource Recovery Orbitas Resource Recovery alert Engineering co ltd hazibag Pty ltd Fenwick software caterpillar of australia Mercedes academy Green himark bioGas inc

Micro presentations: hotRot Organics – Noon-12:15 Wednesday 21 Meinhardt – 12.15-12.30 Wednesday 21 BioMax - 12:30-1:10 thursday 22

exhibitors: hazibag Pty ltd source separation systems Wrightway Products Biomax technologies Pte ltd Environmental toilet systems

Sponsors: X Board – central networking bar made out of X-Board, a 100% sustainable and very strong printed fibre-board (replacing MDF and polyplastics). this innovative material can for shop fit outs and much more. Disposable packaging made from plants: Biopak Biodegradable plastic based products – Biorene

Facility Managers Seminars: Cutting food waste and becoming waste wise – 8:30-10:00 Wed 21 Nov How to increase recovery in facilities across Australia – 3:30-5:00 Wednesday 21 November Asbestos: Legislation, Policy and Practice in NSW – 1:10-2:30 Wednesday 21 Nov Social enterprise in waste management – 11:30-12:50 thurs 22 Nov Recycling solutions for difficult waste streams – 1:30-2:50 thurs 22 Nov

Landfills/Disposal Seminars: Practical implications of the carbon price and Carbon Farming Initiatives – 1:30-3:00 Wed 21 Asbestos: Legislation, Policy and Practice in NSW – 1:10-2:30 Wednesday 21 Nov Ballina Council embraces pyrolysis – 11:30-12:50 thursday 22 Nov Procurement of waste infrastructure – 1:20-2:40 thursday 22 Nov

exhibitors: caterpillar of australia tarpomatic australia css Equipment trelleborg tutt Bryant Equipment hazibag Pty ltd Ultimate Positioning Group Weightrax australia Pty ltd Mcfab engineering himark bioGas inc

Micro Presentations: hotRot Organics – Noon-12:15 Wednesday 21 Meinhardt – 12.15-12.30 Wednesday 21

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Organics Seminars: Cutting food waste and becoming waste wise – 8:30-10:00 Wednesday 21 November Practical implications of the carbon price and Carbon Farming Initiatives – 1:30-3:00 Wednesday 21 November Ballina Council embraces pyrolysis – 11:30-12:50 thursday 22 November

exhibitors: anaeco limited access Environmental systems Biomax technologies Pte ltd Eco Guardians Pty ltd hotRot Organic solutions Joseph lee & co Probiotic solutions tarpomatic australia Vm3 Purefier Wrightway Products australian Vermiculture Biofilm aKt Evolution

Micro Presentations: hotRot Organics – Noon-12:15 Wednesday 21

exhibitors: stEiNERt australia syngas australia Pty ltd a-Ward attachements ltd Biomax technologies Pte ltd Brentwood Recycling systems sierra asia Pacific Pty ltd Wrightway Products caterpillar of australia alert Engineering co ltd hitachi construction Machinery (australia) Mercedes-Benz trucks

scania australia Pty ltd liebherr-australia Pty ltd Finlease

Waste Contractors Seminars: How to increase recovery in facilities across Australia – 3:30-5:00 Wednesday 21 November Practical implications of the carbon price and carbon farming initiatives – 1:30-3:00 Wed 21 Industrial Ecology: waste reduction in industry, mining and agriculture – 9:30-10:50 thurs 22

Commercial Sustainability Managers Seminars: Cutting food waste and becoming waste wise – 8:30-10:00 Wed 21 Nov Cities of the world: Sydney and London 10:30-noon How to increase recovery in facilities across Australia – 3:30-5:00 Wednesday 21 November Industrial Ecology: waste reduction in industry, mining and agriculture – 9:30-10:50 thurs 22 Implementation of the TV & Computer Scheme – What it means for you - 3:10-4:30 thurs 22

exhibitors Greenbank carbon aV creative - corporate Video Production NsW Environmental Protection authority source separation systems Wrightway Products Renewable Recyclers Fenwick software Green active

Sponsors X Board – central networking bar made out of X-Board, a 100% sustainable and very strong printed fibre-board (replacing MDF and polyplastics). this innovative material can for shop fit outs and much more. Disposable packaging made from plants: Biopak Biodegradable plastic based products: Biorene

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07 3906 3600 www.3logix.com.au admin@3logix.com.au 3Logix is one of the early adopters of GPS technology in Australia, being one of the first to deliver a complete vehicle tracking and fleet management solution. Our expertise extends to the fields of RFID, On-board Mass Management, Alert & Alarm Monitoring and a complete waste management solution “Wastetrack”. Academy Green

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0419 601 129 www.aws-aust.com.au pearson.antone@aws-aust.com.au We are an equipment sales and manufacturing company offering resource recovery solutions for the waste industry. We have a sound alliance with international manufacturers, our systems are developed around the latest technology using both stationary and mobile screens. Our core business consists of: Turnkey, Star Screens, Conveyors, Project Management, OCC Balers. AKT Evolution

02 9260 0100 www.academy.edu.au info@academy.edu.au academy is a corporate training provider, working hand-in-hand with organisations across Australia, to fulfil their training needs and develop their people’s skills and careers. We provide corporate and traineeship training to a range of high profile and blue chip corporate clients many in the waste and transport sectors. Access Environmental systems D27

07 3881 3262 www.coolfog.com.au sales@coolfog.com.au Access Environmental Systems offers new technology, providing solutions for temperature, dust and odour control throughout various industries. AES design, manufacture, installs, commission and service fogging system technologies. Coolfog systems pressurise water at 1000psi through nozzles designed to produce water droplet particles known as fog, which will evaporate into the atmosphere. Accuweigh Pty Ltd

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02 9949 6996 www.aktevolution.com.au emilia@aktevolution.com.au AKT Evolution represents the most sustainable and economical solutions to solve the World’s organic waste crisis. AKT Evolution’s system is a world leading recycling technology that recovers nutrients and valuable material from all organic waste streams including but not limited to; commercial, industrial, municipal, biosolids, sludges and paper. Alert Engineering Co Ltd

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+64 9 573 1008 www.alertnz.com sales@alertnz.com ALERT ENGINEERING Co Ltd is a privately owned company with Diversity and Integrity.Our speciality is in refuse and recycling equipment where we both build machinery and import many specialist items for this growing industry. AnaeCo Limited

02 9728 4877 www.accuweigh.com.au jessica.bryant@accuweigh.com.au Australia’s largest industrial weighing company with eight sales and service branches across mainland states. No other company has the capabilities, experience or resources to better cater for Australia’s weighing needs. Products includes onboard truck scales, loader scales weighbridges, heavy capacity scales, belt weighers and wheel wash systems.

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02 9818 4731 www.avcreative.com.au sales@avcreative.com.au Communication that works – see examples of how we create more efficient and safer inductions, promote products and services and enable more effective communication through our video productions. Clients include Veolia, Colonial First State & Jones Lang LaSalle – We provide a complete service from idea to outcome. AVAC Australia – Automated Vacuum Waste Collection Systems i22

1300 123 451 www.avac.com.au / www.marimatic.fi info@avac.com.au MetroTaifun® is a comprehensive municipal Automated Waste Collection System. It vacuums waste, via an underground pipe network, from high density residential & commercial centres and deposits it in a waste collection facility, up to 4km away, where it is compacted into transportable bins and easily loaded onto trucks for off-site waste processing or recycling. A-Ward Attachements Ltd

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02 4271 7511 www.brentwood.com.au john@brentwood.com.au Brentwood Recycling Systems manufactures a wide range of heavy duty industrial shredders, tailored solutions, and turnkey plants for solid waste recycling. We also offer technologies from Metso(waste shredders), Bronneberg (cable strippers), Cushionpack (cardboard padding machines), and STI Ecotech (Styromelt EPS densifiers). Caterpillar of Australia

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03 9953 9333 http://australia.cat.com/ mcgahey_rob@cat.com Caterpillar builds the Waste Industry’s first, broadest and most durable selection of waste handling equipment and Work Tool attachments to deliver lasting value, lower costs and greater safety. Powerful, purpose-built Cat® equipment, Waste Handling Arrangements and Work Tools are made specifically for the demands of the Waste Industry. Community Recycling Network Australia (Waste to Wages)

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08 9361 4777 www.anaeco.com info@anaeco.com AnaeCo is at the forefront of the waste management services industry, pioneering a unique approach to solving global waste problems. AnaeCo’s DiCOM™ System is a next generation alternative waste technology developed for resource recovery and bioconversion of organics from Municipal Solid Waste. Australian Vermiculture

Australian Vermiculture’s mission is to harvest the resource “Organic Waste” and return it back into the food web utilising unique vermicomposting techniques to produce a range of consistent environmentally sustainable soil enhancement products available for agriculture, domestic application and contaminated site rehabilitation and remediation.

03 5446 7046 www.communityrecycling.com.au info@communityrecycling.com.au CRN Australia is a network of self sustaining Community Recycling Enterprises, CREs, which reduce waste to landfill while at the same time create jobs for people who find it difficult to gain employment. Its called Waste to Wages.


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1800 644 978 www.cssequipment.com.au neil@cssequipment.com.au Australian and New Zealand distributors of Hammel Recyclingtechnik slow speed shredders, Terex Fuchs global leaders in material handling and Eco-Star dynamic screening technologies. We source and secure the very best machinery from around the world for all your recycling and materials handling requirements. Specialised machinery and plant design.

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02 9387 6644 www.mfa.nl/can syd@minbuza.nl More and more Dutch businesses find their way Down Under. The economic affairs and trade section of the Netherlands Embassy and ConsulateGeneral help Dutch businesses who are looking for leads in Australia or want to invest in Australia. Environmental Toilet Systems

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03 9554 6666 http://direct.dksh.com.au/ sales.ets@dksh.com DKSH offers a world class portfolio of machinery and services tailored around reducing the overall carbon footprint. With expertise in recycling, size reduction and resource recovery, we offer proven technologies and solutions. Focusing on innovative and highly efficient technologies, we create wealth for our customers and build a sustainable future. Easyquip

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03 5134 5255 www.easyquip.net.au sales@easyquip.net.au For nearly 20 years Easyquip has developed and manufactured a large range of waste bins and related equipment, including front lift, hooklift, Marell, tipplers, compactors and waste product recovery machines. Our ability to find innovative solutions to our customers’ problems has made us the trusted name in waste and recycling equipment. Eco Guardians Pty Ltd

1300 495 878 www.envirotoilets.com.au sales@envirotoilets.com.au Australian distributor of Envirolet composting toilet systems. Envirolet products are made in Canada and are the industry leader in the area of advanced composting toilets systems. They are highly regarded for their eco friendly design and innovation. Environmental Toilet Systems is based in Brisbane Queensland and services all States.

03 9305 4099 www.eriez.com.au mdavy@eriez.com.au Eriez Magnetics’ manufacturing facility is based in Melbourne. Products include electro and permanent magnetic separators for all types of industry. Eriez also manufacture electro magnetic and mechanical conveyors, plus feeders and screens. Magnetic conveyors for handling steel cans or metal parts and eddy current separators are included in the range. Euromec srl

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+39 030 995 8230 www.euromecsrl.com sales@euromecsrl.com EUROMEC aggregates cinquantennali experiences gained in the handling of materials, and has been leader of the European production. Euromec supplied recycling and lifting equipment, for leading Italian and global companies, for the movement of materials in different sectors including Waste, metal scrap, Steel, Ports and Cement. Fenwick Software

03 9695 3333 www.fenwicksoftware.com.au info@fenwicksoftware.com.au

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Established in 1976, Fenwick Software is the sole distributor for enwis, software for the waste management and recycling industry. Enwis is the only Microsoft certified solution designed specifically for the waste management and recycling industry, fully road-tested in over 400 companies worldwide, enwis) provides a completely integrated ERP solution. Finlease

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02 9487 2888 www.flogineering.com carey@flogineering.com Flo-gineering Pty Ltd is the Exclusive Distributor of Poul Tarp A/S technologies from Denmark who develops software and hardware solutions for the waste and dairy industries focusing on measurement or weight and volume, data acquisition and communication, since 1954. These are best-of-breed solutions used throughout Europe now available in Australia. GCM Enviro Pty Ltd

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02 9959 3122 www.finlease.com.au finlease@finlease.com.au Finlease is a privately owned Finance Broking business, facilitating equipment finance and banking needs for our clients. With accreditation with all major financiers and secondary lenders, our aim is to provide you with a finance solution second to none. Finlease – the easiest way to finance business. FLO-GINEERING

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02 6554 9471 www.resourcerecovery.org.au resourcerecovery@glcr.org.au Resource Recovery is a waste minimisation company that has a triple bottom line aim. Resource Recovery is an entity of Great Lakes Community Resources inc, which is a not for profit organisation that assists those

02 8781 2702 www.greenactive.com.au info@greenactive.com.au Green Active is an awareness brand related to all things Eco Friendly and benefiting our fragile environment. We offer Individuals, businesses and community groups a vehicle to demonstrate their Green Activity whilst evaluating their Carbon Footprint on everyday society. Greenbank Carbon

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0488 010 726 www.green-bank.com.au dduncan@green-bank.com.au Greenbank Environmental recently established Greenbank Carbon Pty Ltd (Greenbank Carbon) as its specialist Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) development business to design, build, finance and operate CFI projects. We have formed strategic alliances with Technical and Farming specialists to complement our expertise. To start the carbon conversation contact Dermot on 0488 010 726. Green Garmento Australia

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02 8068 0450 www.greengarmento.com.au info@greengarmento.com.au The Green Garmento is an eco friendly 5 in 1 reusable laundry, duffel and hanging garment bag created to help reduce single use poly bags. Our hands free shoulder strap, side zipper, handles & pouch to recycle coat hangers make the bag user friendly and a great organisational tool. Made from recyclable non woven polypropylene the bag is also water resistant, breathable and machine washable. Hazibag Pty Ltd

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0418 795 621 www.hazibag.com ken@hazibag.com Hazibag was lunched at the 2011 Safety Material Handling Expo in Sydney. We now have distributors all up the east coast of Australia, Tasmania and now in Europe. “Hazibag”the safest way to transport, contain and dispose of asbestos, and other forms of hazardouse waste.

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001 780 492 3234 www.HimarkBioGas.com gspitz@himarkbiogas.com Himark bioGas Inc. is a Canadian Waste-to-Energy Solutions and Service provider, with projects simultaneously providing: MW scale Renewable Energy, Carbon Credits, Waste Disposal, Water Recycling and Fertilizer production. With over 12 years of research and international project development, including the World’s Largest with 11MW output, Himark’s systems can process any single or mixed organic waste streams, including inorganic contaminants. Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) F34

1300 448 224 www.hitachi-c-m.com/au/ HCA delivers world-class machine sales and support to Australian customers across the construction, mining, quarry, forestry, material handling and recycling industries. HCA is the exclusive distributor of Hitachi, Bell and John Deere products in Australia, which are considered three of the most innovative Original Equipment Manufacturer brands in the world. HotRot Organic Solutions

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+86 21 3497 8818 www.intcorecycling.com recycling@intco.com.cn INTCO invented GreenMax compactors to give businesses and municipalities an affordable and clean way to compress loose EPS into blocks. INTCO purchases EPS scrap and recycles it into picture frames and decorative moldings that look like rare and precious woods. We complete the loop by reducing, recycling and reusing it. Jaws Crushers

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0471 650 414 www.jawscrushers.com.au info@jawscrushers.com.au Jaws crushers will take the bite out of your waste costswe offer unique glass crushing plants,remote controlled concrete crushing plants,soil screens,crusher buckets,tromells for street waste, and many more. No job is to big or to small. D22

1300 767 589 www.jdmaust.net.au sales@jdmaust.net.au JDM Aust Pty Ltd supplies high quality recycling and materials handling equipment to the Waste and Recycling, Mining and Quarry Industries. Our equipment is manufactured by some of the most well respected and Internationally recognised Brands of Shredders, Vibratory Screens, Optical Sorting, Air Separation, Glass Processing Systems and Wood Grinders. Jones & Rickard Pty Ltd

02 4964 8489 www.hyva.com enquiries@hyva.com.au Hyva Pacific is the leading provider of innovative and highly efficient transport solutions for the commercial vehicle and environmental services industry. In conjunction with an in-house global manufacturing base, Hyva Pacific can offer market-leading products in the fields of transport hydraulics, hook and skip loaders and Flli Ferrari truckmounted cranes.

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+39 0516867214 www.ingbonfiglioli.it service@ingbonfiglioli.it Manufacturer of balers, shears and shredder for metal scrap recycling.

JDM Aust Pty Ltd + 64 3 377 8822 www.hotrotsolutions.com info@hotrotsolutions.com HotRot Organic Solutions manufactures, sells and supports the HotRot continuous in-vessel composting system. HotRot units are used at 22 sites in 10 countries for processing organic waste (resources). HotRot is a fully enclosed high-rate in-vessel composting system. HotRot is the only composting technology to offer a contractual OdourFree Guarantee.

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02 9748 0868 www.eco-wiz.com.au jlpack@jlpackaging.com.au Joseph Lee & Co was incorporated in 1987 as a food packaging materials and packaging machine importer. Over the years our company has diversified into in-house printing and flexible packaging material manufacturer. The company now import the world most advanced On-Site Food Waste Processor of upto 1000kg/day. Koga Recyclingtech

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03 9555 8121 www.koga.com.au info@koga.com.au Koga Recyclingtech represents some of Europe’s leading providers if recycling and resource recovery technologies for solid waste, including Adelmann (Germany), ATM (Austria), Calamit (Italy), Lindner Recyclingtech (Austria), Lindner ReSource (Germany), MAS (Austria), Masias Recycling (Spain), MVW Lechtenberg (Germany), Pellenc (France), Neue Herbold (Germany), Warren & Baerg. (USA). “Resourcing Your Recovery”. Liebherr-Australia Pty Ltd

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02 9671 2225 www.liebherr.com.au em-sales.las@liebherr.com Liebherr-Australia Pty Ltd sells and supports a range of Liebherr products in Australia including Earthmoving & Mining Equipment, as well as Crawler, Construction & Mobile Cranes. Our current Earthmoving equipment range includes, track loaders & dozers, wheel loaders as well as large range of earthmoving, recycling and material handling excavators. Mai-Wel E-Cycling Services

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02 9609 4644 www.jonesandrickard.com.au admin@jonesandrickard.com.au Jones & Rickard design and manufacture all types of magnet systems and magnet power supplies for the Steel Recycling, Steel Manufacturing and Mining Industries. We also supply and service Eddy Current Separators.Our repair capabilities embrace any brand or type of magnet and Eddy Current Separator manufactured locally and overseas.

02 4933 4588 www.maiwel.com.au/ BusinessesProducts/ECYCLING ecycling@maiwel.com.au Mai-Wel E-Cycling Services is based in the Hunter Region of NSW providing a comprehensive recycling service of all electronic goods for Government, businesses large and small, plus residential ratepayers. All items are disassembled to commodity components locally, commodities are taken to the market place after being disassembled in Australia.

Manco Engineering Australia

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1800 MANCO1 www.mancoeng.com.au info@mancoeng.com.au Manco Engineering is a manufacturer of mobile & stationary equipment for the refuse / recycling and rail construction and maintenance industries. Manco Environmental equipment range includes Side Loaders, Rear Loaders, Front Lifts, Hook Lifts, Stationary Compactors, specialised Recycling & Glass Collection Vehicles. Marathon Tyres

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02 4960 2144 www.marathontyres.com.au info@marathontyres.com.au Marathon Tyres are the Australian leader in Diversified Tyre and Rim solutions, encompassing – Supply of tyres and rims, tyre repair, rim crack testing, tyre and rim management systems, Servicing & FittingKey customers, Mining, Industrial, Civil, Defence & PortsMarathon Tyres – The Leaders in Tyres. MASIAS RECYCLING

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+34 9 7229 3150 www.masiasrecycling.com reciclaje@masias.com MASIAS RECYCLING is an experienced manufacturing company that has supplied complete facilities for the treatment of MSW since 1992. We supply turn-key projects, manufacture the equipment and offer our after-sales services for the treatment of MSW, Dry Recyclables, C&I waste, C&D waste and SRF. McFab Engineering

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+44 28 8779472 www.mcfabengineering.com info@mcfabengineering.com Mcfab Engineering is a family run business in the heart of Co Tyrone in N. Ireland. This is an area of the world that is well know for its innovation and expertise in the materila handling industry. Mercedes-Benz Trucks

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03 9566 9144 www.mercedes-benzvans.com.au philip.leslie@daimler.com Mercedes-Benz Australia Pacific is the Importer and Distributor of all Mercedes-Benz Trucks including the new Econic Waste Truck Cab/ Chassis

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0400 635 329 www.missionpromotion.com watkinsl@missionaustralia.com.au Soft Landing is located at Mission Australia’s Bellambi site and is part of NSW’s social enterprise portfolio. The aim of the program is to Recycle Recover Reduce and Reuse resulting in the diversion of mattresses to landfill. Soft Landing provides employment opportunities for disadvantaged members of our community. Morbark Pacific

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07 3293 0888 www.morbark.com Lindsey@lincom.com.au Morbark Pacific specialises in the supply, maintenance and after-sales support of mobile and stationary waste reduction, material separation and material handling equipment for the recycling, forestry, biomass, tree care and sawmill industries. We also offer a range of Kiverco recycling equipment and Neuenhauser Mobile Screeners. NetComm Wireless

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www.environment.nsw.gov.au/epa/ The Environment Protection Authority is an independent authority responsible for leading business and the community to improve their environmental performance and for managing waste to deliver a healthy environment. The EPA regulates and responds to activities that can impact on the health of the NSW environment and its people. OLYMPUS INNOV-X

Orbitas Resource Recovery

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1300 783 879 www.orbitas.com.au support@orbitas.com.au Orbitas collects, aggregates and packages Used Lead Acid Batteries from every state and territory in Australia. Orbitas is the only truly national urban mining network, and as the industry leader, it provides innovative resource recovery solutions and management programs by using its dedicated Agency network. Probiotic Solutions

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02 9424 2000 www.netcommwireless.com sales@netcommwireless.com NetComm Wireless is a leading developer of innovative broadband products. Specialising in the development of industrial-grade mobile-broadband products, NetComm’s products are designed for machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity for applications including remote machine monitoring, control and configuration. NetComm’ products provide cost effective datacommunications for virtually any application using a 3G/4G network. NSW Environmental Protection Authority

02 9577 9500 www.olympus-ims.com IBDinfo@olympus.com.au Olympus Innov-X, is a leading manufacturer of portable X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analytical instruments. providing real-time, nondestructive material analysis in applications ranging from metal sorting, lead paint detection, and alloy verification to analysis of oil, fluids, and minerals.

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02 9695 7762 www.probiotic.com mgp@probioticsolutions.com.au Probiotic Solutions manufacture and distribute bacterial based liquids that are used for treatment of water contamination, reduction in malodours, bioremediation and acceleration of organic recycling (composting). Probiotic Solutions can help you reduce your disposal cost and manage regulatory issues while making your facility a more pleasant place to work. RDT

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07 3245 4522 www.rdt-aust.com.au allard@rdtaust.com RDT is a leading Design Engineering business focusing on the Waste and Recycling Industry. We offer solutions for the Design, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of plant and equipment. RDT also provides Customised Design Solutions and Engineered Innovations to Waste Companies and Councils around the world. Recycling Technologies Group Pty Ltd

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02 6496 1133 www.swarftech.com sales@swarftech.com Recycling Technologies Group supply

solutions for converting manufacturing waste into a valuable resourse. RTG provide solutions which process ferrous and non-ferrous metals and all types of biomass. From shredding, briquetting, pelleting, spiral conveying & dewatering systems through to energy systems that will provide the best profitable environmetal solutions for you. Renewable Recyclers (Waste to Wages)

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07 5574 4588 www.rowland.ws info@rowland.ws Rowland and Associates provides Integrated Baling Solutions. With a comprehensive range of Horizontal, Closed Door and Twin Ram Balers, we have the baler that you need. Let us custom design a Conveyor, to provide you with the best available integrated solution, to meet your specific requirements. Scania Australia Pty Ltd

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02 4940 4648 www.sourceseparationsystems.com.au info@sourceseparationsystems.com.au Source Separation Systems provides high quality solutions for the waste management industry. As our name suggests, we are focused on providing a complete range of resource recovery systems for all waste generating locations. Working with you we deliver the right systems, which are simple to use, provide high recovery yields, and are tailored to meet your specific needs. STEINERT Australia

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03 8720 0800 www.steinert.com.au sales@steinert.com.au STEINERT use a range of detection and separation technologies to automatically sort waste at different points along the recovery and recycling path – to extract impure raw materials, invest large amounts of energy in purifying and processing them and turning them into useful products. STONEINK

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03 9217 3300 www.scania.com.au marketing@scania.com.au Scania is an international company with presence in more than 100 countries. In Australia Scania is represented by a company-owned network of ten branches with workshops that service Australia’s major cities. Scania also provides parts, service and 24-hour roadside assistance through a network of 47 dealers throughout the country. Sierra Asia Pacific Pty Ltd

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1300 594 636 www.renewablerecyclers.org.au renewable@richmondpra.org.au Renewable Recyclers is a social enterprise of RichmondPRA. With a primary focus on reducing, reusing and recycling electronic waste. The organisation has created green jobs and training opportunities for those who have been affected by unemployment and disadvantage in their local community. Renewable Recyclers – reducing waste...reusing technology... renewing lives Rowland & Associates

range of machines covers large Shear Balers, Car Balers, Cable Strippers and granulation systems and balers for Non Ferrous materials and paper cardboard balers.

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02 8838 5026 / 0488 007 315 www.stoneink.com.au dromeiro@stoneink.com.au Debt Collection and litigation specialists with over 22 years in the business.We collect the debts everyone else says are unrecoverable. Suttons Isuzu

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02 9335 9080 www.suttonstrucks.com.au newisuzu@suttonsarncliffe.com.au Suttons Trucks is Australia’s oldest & most experienced Isuzu Dealer in Australia, and it’s on that experience that we are able to deliver the best customer experience possible. We stock a large range of Isuzu trucks available for a speedy delivery.

02 8188 2721 www.sierraasiapacific.co.nz sales@sierraasiapacific.co.nz Sierra Asia Pacific is the dealer for Australasia for Sierra Scrap metal processing machines, Sierra scrap magnets, Gusella grapples and Intermesh Cargo netting. The Sierra

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Syngas Australia Pty Ltd

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site Surveying, Mapping & GIS and Construction measuring requirements. Vm3 Purefier

0411 475 727 www.syngasanz.com info@syngasanz.com SYNGAS converts waste plastic to deisel fuel. Plant are 5 & 15 tonnes so 15 tonnes of waste plastic converts to 15,000 litres of deisel (100%) at approximately $0.45 per litre. Latest Intertek Report shows Sulphur 7, Centane Index 64 and Lubricity 349. Syngas meets Australia & European Standards. Tarpomatic Australia

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02 9623 2122 www.toxfree.com.au salesnsw@toxfree.com.au Toxfree Solutions Ltd (Toxfree) is one of Australia’s leading integrated waste management service providers. “Safe, Reliable and Sustainable” Our national network of waste management facilities and treatment technologies ensures Toxfree can provide innovative, sustainable waste management solutions for all types of waste including commercial, household, industrial, construction and hazardous waste. Trelleborg

1300 TARPED (827733) www.tarpomatic.com.au sales@tarpomatic.com.au The Tarpomatic Machine is a patented attachment that fits onto any Compactor or Dozer at your landfill. Tarpomatic turns your wasted air space into revenue. The life of the landfill is greatly extended earning more revenue over a longer period of time. Tarpomatic increases your air space. Toro Waste Equipment

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Tutt Bryant Equipment 1300 55 65 70 www.torowasteequipment.com.au michael@toroeq.com.au Manufacturing Australia’s Most Trusted Steel Bins for waste management, mining and other industries. Our steel bin range includes Hooklift Bins, RORO Bins, Compactor Bins, Marrell Skip Bins, Front lift Bins, Rear lift Bins, Crane Bins and Forklift Tippler Bins. Torque Industries (Hydrapac)

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08 8341 0177 www.torqind.com sales@torqind.com Adelaide based company Torque Industries aquired Hydrapac in 2008, Hydrapac was estalished over 25 years ago, and gained an envibale reputation for the design and manufacture of high quality recycling and baling equipment, and with Torque now manufacture special purpose equipment to meet customers need, all over Australia, and Overseas.

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02 9780 7200 www.tuttbryant.com.au nswsales@tuttbryant.com.au Tutt Bryant Equipment is the largest multi-franchised National distributor of construction equipment and cranes in Australia. Tutt Bryant Equipment sells equipment, spare parts and provides services through its company owned branches in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth plus strategically located independent dealers. Ultimate Positioning Group

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02 9484 9293 www.ultimatepositioning.com drew_langford@ultimatepositioning.com Ultimate Positioning’s dedicated technical sales and support staff, are committed to:Providing clients with a single source supply for advanced solutions to the Construction, Surveying, Mapping & GIS industries. Supporting you with competitive cost-effective solutions with optimum configured equipment for your work. Our aim is to continue to build and strengthen a long-term business relationship with you, based on openness, integrity and reliability. As Trimble’s premier distributor, Ultimate Positioning with the latest in technology and innovation are able to provide you with the best solutions for your entire

02 9499 6222 www.wastedge.com info@wastedge.com Wastedge.com is re-inventing the way waste businesses work with innovative cloud, mobility & mapping solutions. Our apps simplify, streamline and automate processes to: improve field staff communication; reduce admin effort and paperwork; optimize route productivity and efficiency; reduce travel time and resource cost; increase operational responsiveness; and enhancing business activity visibility! Weightrax Australia Pty Ltd

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03 9797 4700 www.solidservice.com.au paul.hansen@trelleborg.com Trelleborg Wheels Systems Australia (TWSAU), T/A Solid Service Forklift Tyres. Trelleborg is a leading supplier of wheel and tyre solutions in the industrial and agricultural market segments.We supply solid and pneumatics tyres for OTR and NHS markets including loaders, forklifts and skidsteer machines.

02 9604 7206 www.wcra.com.au tony@wcra.com.au WCRA provides Members with assistance & advice in all aspects of their waste management business. We make representations in areas such as employment relations, EPA, RMS, WHS, local government, etc. WCRA is registered with the FWA and the NSW IRC. Waste Management Association of Australia

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02 8746 5000 www.wmaa.asn.au enquiries@wmaa.asn.au Operating since 1991, the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is the peak body for all stakeholders in the waste and resource recovery industry. WMAA’s purpose is to facilitate sustainable waste and resource management across Australia through leadership, collaboration and knowledge sharing. Wastech Engineering

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02 4732 5255 www.vm3purefier.com stuart.godwin@vm3purefier.com Vm3 Purefier provides simple and effective solutions to control and eliminate odour, fluid, bacteria and fungi. The products are applicable to samll and large areas. Vm3 products are a cost effective solution to your problems. Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW

WASTEDGE.COM

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03 8787 1600 www.wastech.com.au info@wastech.com.au Wastech offers innovative 3D concept designs and quality products that can take on all facets of waste handling and resource recovery, throughputs and geographical challenges. From our range of stationary compactors, moving floor pits and transfer trailers through to our material recovery systems, Wastech delivers quality, reliability, efficiency and experience.

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0412 312 528 www.weightrax.com.au michael.l@weightrax.com.au Weightrax Australia is a TRULY WEB ENABLED weighbridge software system Associated with our parent compant, ATRAX, we are represented in 100 Countries world wide We are a trusted proven entity in the industry. Wirtgen Australia

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02 4735 2699 www.wirtgen-aust.com.au/ sales@wirtgen-aust.com.au A dependable local partner for sales and service is an extremely valuable asset: Wirtgen Australia offers you a broad & technically advanced range of crushing & screening products from Kleemann to meet your C&D Recycling requirements. With passion and dedication, our highly motivated team secures your recycling success. Wrightway Products

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02 6622 7111 www.wrightway.com.au info@wrightway.com.au Australian owned and manufactured bin tippers which meet Australian Standards, and LidLifta® foot-pedal bins designed specifically for industry. Authorised Dealer of emissions-free electric facility vehicles. Internal and external use: facility services and maintenance uses include linen, solid or liquid waste collection and transportation. Customisation options available to suit specific needs.

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