• Cardno
    Event Partner

    Cardno is a global infrastructure, environmental and social development company operating in more than 100 countries and powered by a team of 4,000 highly skilled professionals. We are fuelled by one purpose - to make a difference in people’s lives by improving the physical and social environments in the communities in which we live and work.

    We are passionate, innovative and environmentally conscious leaders in the field of waste management. In partnership with our clients, we deliver initiatives that improve our communities, enhance the environment, and capture greater value from resources and their use.

  • Tetra Pak
    Panel Partner
    Tetra Pak

    Tetra Pak is a world leading food processing and packaging solutions company. Working closely with our customers and suppliers, we provide safe, innovative and environmentally sound products that each day meet the needs of hundreds of millions of people in more than 160 countries. With more than 25,000 employees around the world, we believe in responsible industry leadership and a sustainable approach to business. Our promise, "PROTECTS WHAT'S GOOD(tm)," reflects our vision to commit to making food safe and available, everywhere. More information about Tetra Pak is available at

  • APCO
    Supporting Partner
  • GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia)
    Supporting Partner
    GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia)

    GECA (Good Environmental Choice Australia) helps individuals and organisations make, buy and do better for people and planet.

    We run Australia’s only independent, not-for-profit, multi-sector, ecolabelling program with 25+ standards, including our Waste Collection Services standard, Recycled Products standard and a new Construction and Demolition standard (soon to be released).

    Our transparent ecolabelling program develops standards against which products and services can be independently assessed and follow ISO 14024 principles for world best practice in ecolabelling.

    Through our accreditation, standards development, education, consultancy, and advocacy services, we’re able to provide business and consumers with an independent, reliable, and credible way to make environmentally, healthier, and ethically preferred choices.

    We’re widely respected and recognised in Australia and globally by Green Building Schemes, including Green Star, WELL, ISCA, NABERS as well as many procurement channels in government, education, hospitality, business, and consumer.

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  • Waste Management Review
    Media Partner
    Waste Management Review

    Waste Management Review delivers high quality, multi-platform media communications that showcase the world-class performance of the Australian waste management and resource recovery industries.

    Waste Management Review launched in August 2015 with a complete multimedia platform, including a print and digital magazine, online news, a weekly electronically delivered newsletter and engaged social media presence.  

    The magazine’s leading content informs and connects businesses, assisting in building strategic partnerships as a vital step to growing the industry. Our print readers are a senior audience of buyers, while our digital audience also contains a large number of purchase-influencers.

    At Waste Management Review, we recognise the importance of providing quality information and a respected platform to serve the needs of an industry as important to the nation as waste management. We aim to promote, grow and inform the waste, recycling and secondary resource industry by providing relevant, timely information on the sector’s latest developments.

    As a comprehensive premium publication, Waste Management Review encompasses a broad range of feature articles focusing on industry best practices and the latest innovative technology and product solutions. We work with clients on case studies, profiles and more to showcase the latest technology and services.

    With a broad range of feature articles and business case studies in print, as well as breaking news online, Waste Management Review provides a valued and detailed overview of Australia’s waste and resource recovery sector.

  • Inside Waste
    Media Partner
    Inside Waste

    Inside Waste is the waste industry’s go-to magazine when it comes to the latest news and events happening in the industry. As well as in-depth features on current topics – such as EfW, landfills, FOGO, wastewater and levies – it covers off on the breaking news and keeps industry up to date with what is happening with council, state, territory and federal standards and legislation.

    A bi-monthly magazine, Inside Waste offers multi-platform media including a website that is updated daily with the latest news, and 7,000+ subscribers to its twice-weekly newsletter. It also has popular social media platforms where industry decision makers get their quality information about the latest trends and government-related decisions about what is happening within the industry.

    The waste industry has grown over the past decade into a multi-billion dollar enterprise that is driven by the people know how important it is to have a sustainable waste management environment.

    Our team not only keeps the industry is up to date with all the goings on, but asks the hard questions, and speaks to the main players on a regular basis. We have input from the major players within the industry – whether that be with state or federal governments, local councils, or the decision makers who impact on where the industry has been and where it is headed.

    With in-depth features, the magazine and online portal also keeps abreast of the latest events, such as seminars, webinars and conferences, as well as making sure that all the latest CEO/staff movements are covered.