Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series: Horticulture Industry

  • 01May

    Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series: Horticulture Industry

    NOW OPEN – Registrations to attend the 2019 Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series

    The Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group invite you to join us for the 2019 Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series be held on Wednesday 1 May 2019 from 9am to 4pm at the Mildura Rural City Council Committee Room, 76 Deakin Ave, Mildura, Victoria, 3500.

    The Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series for the Horticulture Industry is a unique opportunity for business and industry to share information about the better management of organics waste and increasing its recovery for reprocessing into higher value products for reuse.

    Following on from the success of the 2018 event, the 2019 Information Series returns and will once again be hosted by the Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group (LMWRRG) in partnership with Sustainability Victoria (SV) and Mildura Rural City Council (MRCC).

    This year’s program has been designed to maximise networking opportunity for attendees, speakers and exhibitors inside the venue during refreshment breaks and lunch.

    View the 2019 PROGRAM

     

    Schedule – key speakers to include:
    Ian GillinghamMarket Development Manager, Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group

    Matt AllanSenior Consultant, Rawtec – Loddon Mallee Regional Organics Strategy 2019-25

    Gus RecamanProject Lead Organics, Sustainability Victoria – Victorian Organics Resource Recovery Strategy; and Biosecurity Risk Assessment Report

    Gayle SeddonSenior Strategic Advisor (Acting), Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group – Guide to introducing a food and garden organics collection service

    David Morello, Managing Director, Morellofert; and Mick GoodremFarm Owner / Manager, Three Pines Citrus – Soil Health, the key to sustainability

    Dan Wilson, Hull to Energy Co-generation Facility Manager, Select Harvests – Biomass electricity co-generation

    Chris Curran, Managing Director, Worm Hit; and Sean Arkinstall, Director, and Jason Bowes, Manager, Victorian Citrus Farms  – Worm Hit pellets, giving life back to your soils

    View the 2019 Speaker Profile

     

    How to Register
    Registrations are to be completed through the following Eventbrite link. Please ensure each individual completes a separate registration form.

    No payment is required as this is a free event. Includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea – please advise of any dietary requirements at melanie.bell@lmwrrg.vic.gov.au

    Privacy – in registering for the event relevant details may be incorporated into an attendee list for the benefit of all attendees (name, position, organisation) and may be made available to parties directly related to the event. If you do not wish to be included in the attendee list, please email melanie.bell@lmwrrg.vic.gov.au

    Photography/Recording – by registering for the 2019 Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series you consent and grant permission to the Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group and its partners, to take and to have full and free use of video/photographs containing your image/likeness. These images and recordings may be used for promotional, news, online/multimedia, research and/or educational purposes.

    Cancellation of your registrations must be advised in writing to melanie.bell@lmwrrg.vic.gov.au

    CONTACT
    For further information please email LMWRRG’s Program Director,
    melanie.bell@lmwrrg.vic.gov.au

    DISCLAIMER
    Every effort has been made to present all the 2019 Loddon Mallee Organics Recovery Information Series information as accurately as possible. The Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group reserve the right to change, without notice, any or all of these details.