The Coffs Waste 2019 conference has been and gone. MRA attended in force with input in five sessions. Click through for presentation videos and Mike’s comment on the conference.
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 would like to wish you and your family a safe, happy and sustainable festive season.
We thank you for your continued support in 2018 and look forward to working with you in 2019!
To reinforce our presence in Western Australia, we are looking to continue the role of Western Australia Branch Manager. Candidates should have a minimum of 5 years work experience, preferably in waste or with an economics, planning or engineering background.
To support the growth of our Melbourne office, we are looking for candidates with a minimum of three years work experience, preferably in waste or with an environmental, economics, planning or engineering background.
Inside Waste and the Waste Management Association of Australia are holding the inaugural Resource Recovery Excellence Awards and three of MRA’s finest have made the final cut.
While Mike has been nominated for ‘Executive of the Year’ in recognition of his sound decision-making, organisational impact and leadership in the broader community, both Nav and James are finalists in the ‘Young Professional of the Year’ category.
MRA is actively engaging in the waste management debate and this week has seen two of our own being extensively quoted on national newspapers. The Financial Review has reported on MRA’s submission to the ACCC on the proposed merging of Bingo and DADI, quoting Mike Ritchie on the expected positive outcomes of the merger in terms of improved recovery rates for C&I waste in Sydney.