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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

AORA SA – ACCC Pre-decision conferences relating to Council Solutions Applications

On Monday 22 October, the AORA SA Branch participated in two pre-decision conferences organised by the ACCC and held consecutively on 22 October 2018 in Adelaide relating to: Authorisation of application AA1000419 – Council Solutions (processing and disposal) and Authorisation of application AA1000420 – Council Solutions (ancillary). Uma Preston (SA Secretary and Policy Officer) represented AORA…

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New AORA associate member – Nano Bubble Technologies

AORA welcomes a new associate member – Nano Bubble Technologies.  NBT brings nanotechnology to green waste and wastewater treatment with demonstrated results improving processing time and odour control. NBT Solutions reduce the use of chemical treatments and odour masking perfumes with no harmful residues.  Contact NBT to learn more.   Brett Thomas General Manager, Sales & Marketing…

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AORA response to NSW Government

On Thursday 1 November the National Executive Officer of the Australian Organics Recycling Association, together with the CEOs of the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA), Waste Contractors & Recyclers Association of NSW (WCRA), the National Waste and Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC) and the Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR) sent the following letter to The Hon.…

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