Glencore TechnologyBronze sponsorGlencore Technology
Glencore Technology develops, markets, and supports technologies that delivers flowsheet improvements for the real world. For 40 years, we’ve served the global mineral processing, smelting, and refining industries.Historically, our clients are mining companies, and our technologies are installed in more than 500 sites around the world. Our origins are the MIM technology innovations that started more than 40 years ago, and we’re still innovating today. ISACYCLE™ is a concept based on 30 years of proven ISASMELT™ operation at the commercial scale. It is a highly-regarded environmentally responsible smelting technology, developed in Australia and exported around the world
Edge ImpactSponsorEdge Impact
To fully transition to a sustainable society, commitments and targets are no longer enough.
The warning signs have become frequent emergencies and disasters.
Record temperatures, devastated communities, fires, floods and food shortages.
The message is clear: it’s time to step it up and deliver, today.
But we don’t see failure. We see opportunity.
At Edge, we’re working towards a world where unsustainable is unthinkable.
We welcome the motivated leaders, organisations and industries who are looking to deliver positive global impact.
To make it happen, we combine science, strategy and storytelling.
Ensuring everything we do helps our clients impact people and the planet positively.
Because what matters most is the outcome.
Welcome to sustainability reimagined.
Matter is a leader in sustainable technology, empowering people & communities to track, manage and reduce their waste & water.
Our sensor technology and intuitive user software is:
• Lowering landfill
• Reducing carbon emissions
• Enabling behaviour change through data analysis & insights
• Working with councils, home and offices
• Creating a circular waste economy
• Local highly skilled support and development team
Using real-time data, our patented smart sensor technology and user Apps provide Smart Cities, councils, businesses and homes with the data and feedback loops to minimise landfill and waste costs, improve recycling and support better consumer choices when it comes to waste.
Our award-winning technology was developed following 18 years of experience delivering quality infrastructure related services throughout Western Australia. Our end-to-end supply chain is supported by a partner ecosystem that provides expertise in IoT engineering, production, networking, delivery and customer support.
With our waste management insights and feedback loops we have the capacity to remove the burden of waste entirely. Welcome to the new era of waste intelligence.
Method RecyclingExhibitorMethod Recycling
Method help organisations to reduce their waste. Starting with a beautiful recycling system they’re now launching Method InSight - a bin-by-bin waste data solution that is more granular, accurate and timely than anything on the market. InSight data is a powerful tool to identify areas of concern and Method’s Waste Success team is there to help you harness it to achieve your waste goals through education and engagement.
InSight data is NABERS compliant and available in a user-facing dashboard so you can report internally and externally on your waste success.
Australian Organics Recycling Association Limited (AORA)Supporting PartnerAustralian Organics Recycling Association Limited (AORA)
The Australian Organics Recycling Association Limited (AORA) works with stakeholders to facilitate the conditions through which surplus organic material can be sustainably and cost-effectively recycled; and to promote the beneficial use of compost, soil conditioners and mulches in primary industries.
To learn more about us, please visit https://www.aora.org.au/about-aora
Charitable Recycling AustraliaSupporting PartnerCharitable Recycling Australia
Charitable Recycling Australia is the national network of charitable purpose-driven reuse and recycling enterprises. We support and advocate for our members through capacity building and education.
For over 140 years, these charity and social enterprise retailers have been pioneering the concept of circularity – before it was even officially named.
Our member enterprises:
• have decades of experience in the collection and sale of donated goods.
• already extend the life of 285 million products a year.
• have an existing – and unrivalled – network of sites that span metropolitan, regional and remote Australia.
• are firmly embedded in their communities, actively employing people and generating funds to support a range of social welfare programs.
Put simply? They are uniquely placed to champion the circular economy and drive its uptake in Australia.
Our member enterprises are already leaders in this space and as Australia’s largest reuse network, we act as their mouthpiece.
The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) is a not for profit organisation leading the development of a circular economy for packaging in Australia.
Our vision is a packaging value chain that collaborates to keep packaging materials out of landfill and retains the maximum value of the materials, energy and labour within the local economy.
We work with governments, businesses and other organisations from across Australia’s large and complex packaging value chain to develop the insights, resources and programs that are needed to build a sustainable national packaging ecosystem.
This includes facilitating the delivery of Australia’s 2025 National Packaging Targets, an important step on the pathway to a circular economy.
To learn more about us, please visit https://apco.org.au/about-apco