WMAA announces Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd as new Peak Member

Cleanaway Waste Management joins SUEZ Australia New Zealand, Remondis Australia and ResourceCo as a Peak Member.

The Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) is today pleased to announce Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd as the newest Peak Member of the national peak industry body for the $15.5 billion waste and resource recovery industry in Australia.

Cleanaway is Australia’s largest total waste management solutions companies, employing over 5,900 people across Australia. The company services customers ranging from small businesses to large multi-national commercial and industrial organisations across a range of different industries.

“The Waste Management Association of Australia has been working hard, on behalf of its members, to work with all stakeholders to find solutions to the various issues we collectively face,” said Gayle Sloan, CEO of WMAA. “The continued growth of our membership base is testament to the fact we are delivering real value for the sector, and we are very pleased to welcome Cleanaway as our newest Peak Member.”

WMAA represents the breadth and depth of this essential industry and now has four of Australia’s largest waste management and resource recovery companies as active Peak Members – Cleanaway, SUEZ, ResourceCo and Remondis Australia. These organisations represent the full gamut of the industry; including collections, energy from waste, resource recovery, and landfill.

“There is no other time in the history of the waste management and resource recovery industry where there has been so much change in such a small period of time,” said Mr Vik Bansal, CEO and Managing Director of Cleanaway. “WMAA has been challenging the industry and all stakeholders to come together and work