Babcock & Wilcox


Established in 1867, Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) is a global leader in renewable, environmental and thermal technologies and services for power and industry. We continue to meet the challenges of providing low-carbon solutions.

Through our Renewable segment and Vølund™ technology, we have supplied more than 650 waste-to-energy plants (WTE) worldwide. WTE is a cost-effective and ecologically sound way to recover valuable resources, produce electricity and/or heating and cooling, and divert waste from landfills. It can be a significant part of a circular economy.

Our proven and extensive biomass-to-energy technologies provide reliable steam generation for both process and electric power applications.







GHD operates in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation. We work with clients to help them deliver innovative engineering, architectural and environmental solutions in waste management and resource recovery, and make communities sustainable for generations to come.


Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI)


HZI is a global leader in thermal and biological energy from waste, acting as an engineering, procurement, and construction contractor delivering complete turnkey plants and system solutions for energy recovery from waste. HZI's innovative and reliable waste solutions have been part of over 600 reference projects delivered since 1933.


MRA Consulting Group


MRA is one of Australia’s leading environmental consultancy firms, specialising in all aspects of business and policy reform. We are experts in waste, resource recovery and technology, climate change, carbon and sustainable development, and our vision of the future is one that is both environmentally sustainable and economically rational.




ResourceCo is a recognised pioneer in the resource recovery sector, with operations spanning Australia and South-East Asia.

We have remained at the forefront of established and emerging markets for recovered materials since the early 1990s and are strongly positioned to play a leading role in the global expansion of the resource recovery sector.

As the world moves away from a make, use, dispose model, we are determined to play our role in the recovery, recycling and re-use of products, delivering tailored solutions across a wide range of industry sectors.


Veolia Australia and New Zealand


Veolia Group aims to become the benchmark company for ecological transformation. It is present on five continents with nearly 220,000 employees. Veolia Group designs and deploys useful, practical solutions for the management of water, waste and energy. Veolia Environnement (Paris Euronext: VIE) achieved consolidated revenue of 42.885 billion euros in 2022. The Australia New Zealand arm of the group is made up of 65,000 employees and turns over $3bn in annual revenue.




Cleanaway Waste Management is Australia’s largest waste, recycling, industrial and liquids service provider with a substantial network of state-of-the-art facilities, transfer stations, engineered landfills, liquid treatment plants and refineries. We have supported Australian businesses for over 50 years, delivering solutions that offer extraordinary benefits not only for our customers, but also for our communities and environment.




Ramboll is a global engineering, architecture and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945. Their 16,000 experts create sustainable solutions across Buildings; Transport; Water; Environment & Health; Architecture, Landscape & Urbanism; Energy and Management Consulting.

Across the world, Ramboll combines local experience with a global knowledgebase to create sustainable cities and societies. They combine insights with the power to drive positive change to their clients, in the form of ideas that can be realised and implemented.  They call it: Bright ideas. Sustainable change.


BMH Technology


BMH Technology’s vision is to create solutions for waste to be reborn as raw materials and renewable energy. The TYRANNOSAURUS® waste pre-treatment process enables separating valuable recyclables while refining the rejects into high-quality SRF/RDF for power plants and cement industry or used as feedstock for producing liquid fuels and chemicals.