2015 WMAA Women in the Environment Award announced
The winner of the 2015 Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) Women in the Environment Award is Janine Price, Environment Program Manager at Australian Pork Limited (APL).
Queensland landfill disposal bans a step in the right direction
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) today welcomed discussions facilitated by the Queensland government to consider the introduction of bans on a number of waste types from being disposed directly into landfills.
WMAA discusses key state issues with WA Environment Minister and DER Director General
Martin Tolar, CEO of the Waste Management Association of Australia and Rebecca Brown, WMAA WA Branch President have held meetings with the Western Australian Environment Minister Albert Jacob MLA, and Jason Banks, Director General Department of Envir
WMAA CEO puts carbon, infrastructure, and interstate waste transport on the agenda in Canberra talks
Martin Tolar, CEO of the Waste Management Association of Australia, has held separate meetings with Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt, and senior staff from the office of the new Minister for Cities and the Built Environment, Jamie Briggs.
Badgerys Creek announcement is a wasted opportunity
The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is calling on the NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes to give a higher priority to the waste management infrastructure that will be required to service the businesses and residents that occupy the new