The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) is an annual trade event that brings together the industry’s most influential businesses, suppliers, professionals and decision makers.
Spanning over two days, visitors and exhibitors can discover the most up-to-date developments in waste and recycling, learn about the latest cutting-edge technologies and stay ahead of current trends and policy changes that will affect their business.
With a bunch of high-calibre Australian and international sponsors and exhibitors (including GreenHands!), this year’s event is not to be missed.
“As the leading event for the waste management and recycling industry in Australia, AWRE presents an unparalleled opportunity to network with key authorities and innovators,” says Afram Hanna, CEO GreenHands.
“What really excites GreenHands about AWRE is the unique chance to connect with likeminded individuals and businesses to help drive forward and improve Australia’s current waste management and recycling efforts.
“It’s paramount we slow the amount and rapid rate at which we’re generating waste. Not only is it costing businesses thousands of dollars to send their waste, much of which is recyclable and reusable, to landfill—it’s having a huge and devastating effect on the environment.
“The AWRE is a chance for all of us to increase our knowledge and gain a broader understanding of the array of businesses and service offerings that can help support GreenHands’ vision of ‘A World Without Waste’.
“As such, I’m also keen to hear more about the use of digital technology across the waste management and recycling industry and its potential to help create more environmentally-friendly work processes.”
As the most highly regarded event in the waste and recycling marketplace, GreenHands is proud to be exhibiting. Be sure to drop by our stall to say hello and check out how your business can become part of the movement supporting ‘A World Without Waste’.
The Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) is taking place at the ICC in Darling Harbour from 30-31 October 2019. For more information visit: https://awre.com.au