I thought 2020 was challenging, coming off the back of a severe bushfire season into the uncertainty of a novel virus that was slowly sweeping across the world. Then, there was 2021, and while this year proved to be no less challenging than the year before, together, our essential waste and resource recovery sector powered on, and with our members’ support, so did WMRR.
It was a year of progress on the policy and regulatory front – impressive in some areas and slow in others, but progress, nonetheless.
2021 in numbers
WMRR has commenced its 2022 membership renewal and if you are an Individual member, or the administrator of your organisation’s Corporate or Government account, you will receive an invoice with membership renewal details. You may view your current membership status by logging in to the member portal here.
To find out more about the benefits of membership, including the services WMRR offers, as well as the various membership categories and pricing, download our Member Guide or our 2022 Membership Table.
For further information or to renew now, please contact the WMRR office on 02 8746 5000 or email [email protected]
This year, WMRR commemorated National Recycling Week by rolling out a campaign in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age that called on readers to consider how different our world would be if we asked ourselves, “will the bin be the final destination” each time we made a purchase… Perhaps a timely message with Christmas just around the corner!
Snapshot of 2022 events + activities (some COVID-dependent)
We're taking a break, but we'll see you soon
The WMRR office will be closed from 24 December 2021 to 3 January 2022 as we take a short break and come back better than ever in 2022. In case you missed it in last week's, Board communiqué, WMRR is seeking your feedback to ensure continued improvement in the work that we do, and we would appreciate if you could participate in our annual member survey here.
From the WMRR team to yours, happy holidays!