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AWRE recycling trade show to host 120-plus brands

Australia – The final countdown has begun to the Australasian Waste and Recycling Expo (AWRE), to be held in Sydney on August 10-11.

The event offers industry professionals the opportunity to learn about innovative, sustainable waste management and recycling solutions. It will include a comprehensive seminar programme featuring the so-called ‘ENVIRO Keynote Session’ in association with the Waste Management Association of Australia, as well as a lively exhibition with over 120 brands and a number of industry networking events.

Registration for the exhibition is free and can be completed online using the code ‘RECYCLE’. To purchase a pass to the AWRE Seminar Series, visit (subscribers to Recycling International receive a 10% discount on all seminar passes when quoting the code ‘RECYINT10’ online).

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