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Industry Breakfast |The Waste Industry – big problems present big opportunities – winning the war on waste!


Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, The Boulevard Room, Grey Street, South Brisbane


28 July 2021


7:15 am - 9:00 am


$115 - Members | $1035 - Members table of 10 | $140 - Non Members | $1400 - Non Members table of 10
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Please join us for this IAQ breakfast signature event to understand how local communities, government and industry are dealing with the challenges of waste creation and management and what it means for your business. You will network with the key industry players and learn about developing the new regulatory environment and how companies and municipalities are harnessing this new landscape to drive technical innovations, create projects and new business solutions. All underpinned with a circular economy approach key to a sustainable future for Queensland.

Hear from our speakers:

  • The Mayor of Ipswich, Teresa Harding is successfully leading a future-focused transformation in her local government area, based on the principles of transparency, managing the region’s population boom, and tackling Ipswich’s complex waste management issues.
  • Stefan Dittrich, Project Director at REMONDIS Australia, is leading the development, construction and delivery of REMONDIS’ future Clean Energy and Resource Recovery Precinct in Swanbank. This project will bring innovative waste processing and clean energy technology to the region and will transform how waste is valued and handled in Queensland and Australia.
  • Pravin Menon, Executive Director, Office of Resource Recovery, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Government who is manages the policy space and associated programs around resource recovery in Queensland. 
  • David Harley, Partner Holding Redlich, is a projects lawyer who specialises in the development and operation of infrastructure projects in the transport, energy, utilities and social infrastructure sectors for both owners and contractors. 


Stefan Dittrich

Project Director, REMONDIS

Pravin Menon

Executive Director, Office of Resource Recovery, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Government 

David Harley

Partner, Holding Redlich