Get on the front foot in the emerging field of re-use of organic liquid waste with this conference.
Bringing together waste producers, regulators, researchers, strategic thinkers and technology providers, this conference provides a unique opportunity to explore sustainable waste strategies for liquid organic wastes and identify opportunities for manageable and profitable solutions.
It will provide a forum for delegates to share their strategies, concerns, successes, failures, wants and needs and explore the opportunities to capitalise on the science of dewatering to produce clean water and valuable agricultural resources.
Delegates will be able to explore potential partnerships and relationships that could deliver beneficial solutions that satisfy business and regulatory drivers.
Science and industry are enabling better management and profitable reuse of liquid organic wastes. Organic waste represents approximately two-thirds (62 per cent) of all waste landfill, according to the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.
As well as reducing landfill gas emissions, better management of liquid organic waste can produce other positive environmental outcomes. Indeed, there are many encouraging examples of the public and private sector working collaboratively to convert organic waste to beneficial products such as methane and compost.
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