- Investigating the metrics as part of the national dialogue towards the circular economy
- Setting targets, changing behaviours and measuring our progress in order to advance toward a circular economy
- Striving forward to deliver a zero-carbon circular economy
- Growing Australia’s economy and job opportunities by protecting the earth
- What role do organisations play in supporting an active circular economy?
- What are the critical factors that need to be addressed before we can truly embrace a circular economy?
- What are the most significant challenges currently preventing the increased adoption of circular economy principles across Australia?
- How can we work to combat these issues and make it accessible to everyone?
Senior Manager – Circular Economy
Head of Sustainability and Communications
Bridgestone Australia and New Zealand
National Executive Officer
Australian Organics Recycling Association
Manager, Sustainability and Circular Economy
Regional Growth NSW Development Corporation
- Examining the challenges and opportunities for material previously viewed as waste
- Creating circular initiatives for textile resources and packaging, from design to end-of-life
- Testing and learning from circular initiatives
Sustainability Business Partner – Circularity and Conscious Consumption
- Creating a shift where recycling becomes "the last line of thinking" in tackling plastic waste
- Establishing effective and suitable partnerships to progress Australia’s recycling process
- Investigating the issues of voluntary recycling for Australia’s population
- Reviewing the role of waste and recycling regulation
Total Environment Centre and Boomerang Alliance
- Building and Increasing resilience of recycling service provisions
- Planning ahead for the increased waiting times, expenses and decreased transport access
- Examining the importance of collaboration to ensure facilities and strategies can be successful before, during and after a disaster
- Applying the base-metal processing industry's experience in new ways that could solve a major gap in the waste treatment sector
- Transforming hazardous and residual waste into safe products by treating it in a controlled and customised urban plant
- Recovering valuable metals from waste by extracting and monetising them
- Reducing risk and capital investment by adapting a world-leading Australian smelter design to an urban context
- Creating partnerships with council, private companies and facilities to establish supportive and innovative programs
- Maximising your collaborative advantage and putting in place the essential building blocks of effective collaboration
- Learning from others to advance your own waste and resource recovery strategy
Waste and Recovery Officer
Canberra Region Joint Organisation
- Overcoming the barrier of convenience for consumers to participate in resource recovery
- Engaging and training your teams to deliver on waste reduction
- The importance of industry collaboration and voluntary stewardship programs
- What are some ways organisations can increase the awareness of their communities on recycling and recovery initiatives?
- How are organisations currently building active community stewardship programs?
- How can organisations engage younger generations to establish improved recycling behaviour at the school age level?
- What are some of the practical issues we need to be aware of when establishing community-based recycling and recovery programs?
- What are the most effective marketing strategies that can improve community and customer behaviour towards recycling?
Resource Recovery Education Officer
Penrith City Council
Executive Director, Engagement, Education and Programs
Waste and Sustainability Education Officer
Randwick City Council
Alina Tamrakar Maskey
Project Officer (Resource Recovery)
Cumberland City Council
Assistant Director, Waste Education and Partnerships, ACT NoWaste
Transport Canberra and City Services