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WMAA launches Australia's first dedicated waste industry careers website

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WMAA Career Centre


In April 2016, WMAA launched WMAA Career Centre, a new employment site that connects waste and resource recovery professionals across disciplines and career stages with employers offering career opportunities. The WMAA Career Centre is powered by YourMembership, the leading provider of job websites and career centres for organisations that serve niche audiences.

"Providing our members with opportunities for professional development and career growth are core to our mission in serving waste and resource recovery professionals,” said Martin Tolar, WMAA Chief Executive Officer. “Our members are highly attractive to employers because they have demonstrated a commitment to the highest levels of professionalism and innovation,” he continued. “YourMembership’s technology and sales support will ensure that our website serves our members by providing a clear view into organisations that value and seek the skills, expertise, qualification and training they have to offer."

The WMAA Career Centre can be found at www.jobsinwaste.com.au

WMAA contributes to Govlink

Govlink


WMAA recently contributed an article to Govlink, which is distributed to local, state and federal government across Australia.

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Safeguard mechanism workshops

NGER


The Clean Energy Regulator will hold safeguard mechanism workshops in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane during April and May 2016. The workshops are designed to inform and advise corporations of their obligations under the safeguard mechanism, which comes into effect on 1 July 2016.

The safeguard mechanism will apply to facilities that report under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) scheme and emit more than 100,000 tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e) covered emissions in a financial year.

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VIC EPA UPDATE:
Proposed changes to waste regulations - beneficial reuse and waste codes

Industrial Waste


The Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) is proposing amendments to the Environment Protection (Industrial Waste Resource) Regulations 2009. These Regulations guide the sustainable management of prescribed industrial waste (PIW) in Victoria.

An information session will be held on Tuesday 19 April, at the EPA head office in Carlton from 12.30 - 2.00 pm. If you would like to attend the information session, RSVP here

Comment can be sent to stephen@wmaa.asn.au by Tuesday 10 May 2016.

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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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WMAA Workshop: Transforming waste and recycling services in local councils for the 21st Century


The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is pleased to present a workshop on Transforming waste and recycling services in local councils for the 21st Centuryfacilitated by Helen Millicer.

Councils are the cornerstone in coordinating and delivering waste and recycling services in Australia.
Great strides have been made in recent decades, however, so much is still rooted in the 20th century and our recycling rates have plateaued. Challenges and opportunities we face include slowing global economy, falling price for recyclables, severe weather, carbon emissions and hybrid vehicles.

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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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OTHER NEWS: Should we have faith in recycling?

Recycling


In a recent undercover investigation TV3’s Story caught two Wellington “recycling” companies dumping carefully separated recyclables straight into landfill. You can view the item here.

Paul Evans, WasteMINZ CEO, argues unequivocally “yes” to this question in a recent article on LinkedIn.

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