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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Using compost to build and maintain soil carbon – Factsheet

Introduction It is widely recognised that maintaining higher levels of organic carbon improves soil structure, health and function. Increasing soil carbon is also seen as a way to achieve carbon abatement /sequestration, but there is some uncertainty about how much soil carbon will remain in the soil under farming systems, particularly if drying climate trends continue. Land management practices, soil types and…

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AORA welcomes a new processing member in Western Australia – Purearth. 

AORA welcomes a new processing member in Western Australia – Purearth. Purearth converts organic raw materials and manufactures finished organic composts. Their products include soil mixes; composts; and organic mulches, for retail & broadacre application. Contact Purearth to learn more.   Paul Curtis mobile: 0411 156 666 www.pureath.com.au Location: 325 Dundas Road, High Wycombe WA 6057

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Nominations for AORA Student Research Awards show a new crop of organics recycling experts is on the way.

Postgraduate students from Australian and New Zealand universities, who completed their degrees in 2017 or 2018, were invited to nominate for the inaugural AORA Student Research Awards. The nominations received show that a number of Australian universities carry out high calibre research aimed at improving the organics recycling supply chain, particularly by demonstrating the agronomic…

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