SA Branch Seminar: Pursuing a Circular Economy

SA Branch Seminar: Pursuing a Circular Economy
The SA Branch of the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) invite you to attend a special seminar on Friday, 27 September 2019, featuring guest speaker Herman Huisman from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Netherlands.

Members - FREE, Non Members - $40                                                                              

To register:
1.  Sign in with your WMRR username and password. 
If you do not have your log-in details, please do not create a new one but ring the national office on 02 8746 5000 for assistance.
2.  Follow the prompts then click on 'Proceed to Checkout' 
3.  Check your order details and enter payment details if required.  Click on 'Submit Order'.

Once your order has been submitted you'll receive an automated 'Order Confirmation' email.    If you have registered on behalf of someone please forward a copy to the attendee(s) as they may be asked to provide their confirmation to gain entry to the event.  If you didn't receive an 'Order Confirmation' email please contact the national office on 02 8746 5000.



Senior Advisor International Cooperation, Rijkwaterstaat, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Netherlands

Herman Huisman is senior advisor/expert and coordinator international projects of RWS Environment’s department. The waste management department is the competent authority responsible for monitoring of all waste streams, executing subsidy schemes, policy advisor for State Government (preparing policy documents and National programs), implementing waste management and circular economy policies and providing information to local government and private companies.

Senior Business Sustainability Adviser, Green Industries SA

Oliver Lovat works in the Business Sustainability Program for Green Industries SA, promoting the circular economy, resource efficiency and the conservation and recovery of scarce resources. 
With a background in chemistry, Oliver’s early career experience working with businesses to improve their industrial wastewater management has developed into a broader passion for the waste/resource recovery sector. Positioning himself at the interface between public and private sectors, Oliver is driven by effecting change within industry, enabling collaborators to optimise resource and material efficiency across the supply chain and helping them to realise the opportunity that a shift towards a more circular economy presents.
Waste Reform Policy Program Manager, EPA South Australia

Tiana Nairn leads a suite of legislative and policy reforms for improved waste management and resource recovery and is committed to increasing wellbeing through sound environmental policy. Tiana has extensive regulatory reform experience including overseeing the successful passage of the Environment Protection (Waste Reform) Amendment Act 2017 and the Environment Protection (Waste to Resources) Policy 2010, including landfill bans and systematic resource recovery requirements. She has also worked on broader environmental reforms, environmental assessment coordination and as an Associate at a specialist planning and environmental law firm.


9/27/2019 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Adelaide Pavilion Cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road Adelaide, SA 5000 AUSTRALIA


Friday, 27 September 2019

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