2016 Annual National Forum
You are warmly invited to attend CRN Australia's 2016 Annual National Forum. The forum is an open gathering which attracts attendees from the community recycling, waste management, social enterprise and local government sectors - everyone is welcome!
This years forum 'Waste2Wages' is being held on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, and will include topics such as:
- High end e-waste, 3D printing and the makerspace revolution
- The problem waste truck
- From house to home: providing recycled furniture to refugees
- Community education and rethinking waste
- Container deposit scheme and the future of producer responsibility
- Succeeding at scale: growing good ideas into great enterprises
Plus networking opportunities, tip shop tours and much, much more...
Download the full forum program here.
What: Waste2Wages: CRN Australia annual national forum
When: Thursday 17th - Friday 18th November 2016
Where: Surf Air Beach Hotel, 923 David Low Way, Marcoola, QLD
Price: $150 (Small social enterprises, CRN Australia members, and individuals) / $250 (Large social enterprises, government and industry representatives)
There is also an opportunity to attend a training workshop 'Safety and environment for community recyclers' which is being held a day prior to the forum on the Wednesday 16th of November. You may wish to come a day early and take advantage of this.
We are encouraging everyone to book their tickets early and also arrange their accommodation and flights so as you get the best deal. You may wish to stay at the hotel where the conference is being held, or there are a variety of accommodation options available in the Coolum area which is only 10-15 minutes drive from the conference centre with public transport options available. You can find lots of affordable deals available on Wotif or AirBnB.
For further information, contact: email@example.com
What previous forum attendees have to say:
"There are always great ideas and knowledge shared, and because of this it increases recycling, which translates into extra jobs for the community."
"I always come away from these events inspired about the future."