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Welcome to WMAA 2016 e-news

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Welcome to the first edition of WMAA e-News for 2016.  Not only will you notice our new design, but we will be increasing the frequency of publication to fortnightly.  In addition, we will be distributing WMAA e-News to our members and guests. Some stories, however, will be available only to WMAA members. I trust you enjoy the new version of WMAA e-News and look forward to receiving any feedback you may have.


WMAA releases Energy from Waste Glossary

energy

The new WMAA Australian Energy from Waste Glossary is now available. The Glossary is an engagement tool for the Australian waste management industry, developed to fill a gap in the information surrounding EfW in Australia.

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Hot issue: Container Deposit Schemes (CDS)

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Since October 2015, WMAA has been working closely with government representatives in Queensland and in NSW on the issue of container deposit schemes in both states.

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Golden opportunity at the 2018 Commonwealth Games

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In January 2016, WMAA attended a briefing from the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation relating to opportunities for waste and recycling services suppliers to tender for work packages.

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ISWA's monthly Scientific Journal

ISWA journal
Waste Management and Research is an ISWA monthly journal, publishing articles relating to both the theory and practice of waste management and research.

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Inside Waste

20% OFF on WMAA/GRC Solutions online training courses

WMAA/GRC

To help you ensure that your staff are properly trained, WMAA has teamed up with GRC Solutions - the recognised leader in the online compliance training market in the Asia Pacific region - to offer online training to members in a range of courses, including diversity and equality.

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VIDEO: First e-waste recycling facility in Hong Kong under construction

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ALBA Integrated Waste Solutions Hong Kong has held a ground breaking ceremony at its 56,000 tonne per year WEEE recycling facility in Hong Kong.

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Coffs Harbour 2016 Conference

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Tuesday 3 - Thursday 5 May 2016
Location: Opal Cove Resort - Coffs Harbour NSW

2016 marks the 20th Anniversary of Australia's premier waste management conference which first began back in 1996. This prestigious event will be held in Coffs Harbour from 3-5 May 2016 and will featuretwo full days of presentations, a comprehensive trade exhibition and social events on three evenings providing invaluable networking opportunities.

For further information visit www.waste2016.impactenviro.com.au
or phone 02 6583 8118 or
email waste2016@impactenviro.com.au

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