Our vision is that recycling and reuse is the accepted management practice for organic material and byproducts of human activity.
Compost for Soils provides information about the benefits and uses of recycled organics in maintaining soil health and growing health plants.
The AORA National Strategy 2019 - 2022 objectives are to
1. Strengthen AORA as the peak body for the organics recycling industry
2.Champion a pathway to a future where recycling of surplus organic material is optimised
3. Help establish and participate in knowledge hubs for recycled organics research, development, extension and communication
Benefit from the support & advocacy that AORA provides on behalf of our membership.
AORA events include the national conference, industry events, award dinners, field days, workshops, webinars and more.
By becoming a sponsor or a partner, we can both grow our business.
Learn about the benefits and uses of recycled organics in maintaining soil health and growing healthy plants.
AORA is a modern, proactive national association within the wider resource recovery and organics management industry.
We were established in 2012 (ABN 17158519736) by Founding Members: Australian Native Landscapes (Patrick Soars) and Resource Recovery Management (Paul Coffey)
We work on behalf of our members to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling organic resources.
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AORA envisages a future where recycling and reuse is the accepted management practice for surplus organic material and byproducts of human activity.
The Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) works on behalf of its members to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling organic resources.
Learn about AORA's stance on a variety of topics that affect the organic recycling in australia.
State division committees operate in defined geographical areas.
By becoming a member you can play an active role in realising our vision for the organics recycling industry in australia.