Enviro 14 “Pathways for better Business”

ENVIRO’14 continues the tradition of ENVIRO conferences by showcasing the water, waste and environment industries. This conference will deliver a thought provoking business program combined with ample opportunities for networking and peer to peer discussion.

Due to their close alignment with water and waste, the energy and clean air sectors will be incorporated into the program for 2014. Intelligent integration of these four elements is seen as a critical pathway for the ongoing success of businesses in these sectors.

The conference theme, Pathways for better business, has been developed to bring business operators together with policy makers, researchers, futurists and designers to consider tomorrow’s sustainability practices, resource realignment initiatives and recycling technologies. It will explore the integration of the water, waste, clean air and energy sectors, cutting edge technologies, and the business and communication models that are required to best position all industries to profit from the opportunities of the future.

The conference will be staged over three days, from 17 to 19 September 2014 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. On the first day you will be able to take part in industry tours or professional development workshops. Days 2 and 3 will allow delegates to learn from industry experts, top researchers and senior government policy makers.

With a targeted audience of over 500 people, you will be circulating with like-minded professionals. The opportunities are endless.

Registrations will open in May 2014. If you would like to pre register please email veronica@wmaa.asn.au

Sponsor/exhibitor contact

veronica dullens
[javascript protected email address]

Publish your content with EB Publishing

It's about who you reach. Get your news, events, jobs and thought leadership seen by those who matter to you.

Featured Events

Publish your event

Featured Jobs

Publish your job
leaf background pattern

Transforming Innovation for Sustainability Join the Ecosystem →