I hope many of you took the opportunity to access the online training provided through the ERM Foundation on Tuesday the 19th. If not you can contact the CRNA secretary to request a copy of the Power Point presentation.
The NSW/Sydney plan is now being distributed to stake holders. I would like to acknowledge the efforts of all involved with its development. In particular, SSROC, the project team from CRNA and the TAG (technical advisory group) with special thanks to Sarah and Matt for all their hard work. A very positive part of this achievement continues to be our organisations focus on reuse and repair.
This years forum "Growing Resourceful Communities" which is being held in Sydney this coming November is an annual event for social enterprises, community organisations, local governments and waste management professionals who are reducing waste through reuse, repair and recycling.
This year the forum will include topics such as industrial ecology, creative reuse, business and technical skills, the past to the future of Community Recycling. There will plenty of networking opportunities and tip shop tours on day two including a visit to Reverse Garbage's famous reuse warehouse. Keep your eye out for next month’s bulletin which will include the full line up of speakers. The forum has grown each year and Sydney is promising to be a great event. I hope to see you there.
Our bulletin is a very useful tool for showcasing what is happening in your community. So please if you have something you would like to share contact the CRNA secretary.
You may want to share a customer or staff profile, an event, a significant achievement or simply send an update. The Bulletin is subscribed to by over 300 individuals and organisations so it’s a great opportunity to increase your profile and let us know your news.
That’s all from me this month.