MRA at Coffs 2018

The Coffs Harbour Waste Conference (8-10 May 2018) is the leading conference for the waste management industry in Australia and MRA is attending. Please feel free to chat to us about China’s National Sword, the Australian waste industry, the interstate transport of waste or any other waste issues you are interested in.

MRA appointed to the LGP118 Waste Audit Management Services Panel

MRA was recently appointed to the new LGP118 Waste Audit Management Services Panel that commenced on 1 May 2018. This panel was earlier managed by NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Department. MRA was appointed to that panel as well. All NSW councils, county councils, approved NSW Government agencies and approved non-for-profit organisations may access this arrangement.

MRA comes to the West

MRA Consulting Group is pleased to announce that it has established a West Australian office, headed up by industry veteran Adam Johnson. Adam Johnson has worked in the waste sector for almost 20 years, with roles as a regulator, a waste facility operator and a consultant. Although he has spent the last 10 years in…

MRA’s Rebecca Pagnucco to speak at UTS career session

If you’ve ever wondered where your science and maths degree can take you, catch a number of panelists from a range of diverse organisations at the UTS Your Future in Science + Maths session. MRA’s own Rebecca Pagnucco will be speaking at the 4.25pm business panel. Where Aerial Function Centre Building 10, Level 7 University…

MRA is Best Small Consultancy in Australia for 2016

“MRA has once again won the Best Small Consultancy in Australia Award” as determined by Inside Waste readers said Jacqueline Ong the editor of Inside Waste. “MRA received a perfect score of 3 from a possible 3, given that it won all categories in its group” she said. The annual Consultants Review survey asks industry representatives from…

MRA and Fertcare® partner to expand compost market

MRA Consulting Group and Fertcare® have been awarded $210,000 funding under NSW Waste Less Recycle More Organics Market Development grants, to expand the market for compost in NSW. This project aims to develop a ‘one stop shop’ for farmers, sales staff and advisors in rural NSW relating to the productivity and environmental benefits of compost,…