Welcome to AUSTRALIAN ORGANICS RECYCLING ASSOCIATION

About Our Organisation

The Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) works on behalf of its members to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling organic resources.

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Protect

To protect, promote and advance the interests of the Industry in Australia;

Promote

To promote and maintain good relations between the members and local government authorities, governments at all levels, firms, sole traders and the public;

Represent

To represent the commercial interests of members and the Industry (within the confines of the Corporations Act 2001, Trade Practices Act and the several state Fair Trading Acts);

Adopt

To adopt any additional objects from time to time as determined by the Board.

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AORA NEWS & EVENTS

Improve and Inspire Webinar series.

AORA is pleased to coordinate and host a series of four webinars that will enhance knowledge on best practice Compost Processing. There are four experts engaged to present from an online platform live from around the world to be held April, May, June and July 2019. The program is designed to complement the online learning…

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Opportunity to work with vegetable farms

Opportunity to work with vegetable farms: Extend knowledge & improve environmental management through the EnviroVeg program:   EnviroVeg is an national industry-led program aimed at improving the uptake of sustainable farming practices on vegetable farms. To achieve this objective, EnviroVeg wants to connect people with knowledge and expertise in environmental management practices (experts) with vegetable producers…

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AORA is looking for a National Administration and Events Officer

AORA National Administration and Events Officer (PT Contractor) The Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) works on behalf of its members to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling organic resources. It aims to act as an advocate for the wider organics resource recovery and beneficial reuse industries and to represent their views in a constructive…

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