New and efficient waste management technologies are in demand
The mountains of waste in Australia are getting bigger every year. The population is growing. And waste export has collapsed due to China's "National sword" campaign. Australia needs to take urgent action against waste. New and efficient technologies in waste management and the transformation from a linear economy to a circular economy are expected to do the trick. This has opened up new business and delivery opportunities for Swiss companies in Australia.
Australia has a waste problem. More than ever since the introduction of China's "National sword" campaign in 2018; the radical import ban on plastic waste has left Australia with additional quantities of waste. Consequently, the market for waste and waste management in Australia is changing. With an estimated value of CHF 12 billion - corresponding to 1 percent of Australian gross domestic product - and an annual growth of 9 percent, it offers many new opportunities.
From a linear economy to a circular economy
The transformation from a linear economy to a circular economy is in full flow. Clear guidelines are intended to support and expedite this process. All levels of government have been urged to develop more effective waste management methods. New technologies, processes and methods aimed at improved recovery, processing and recycling of waste will be the key to overcoming the waste problems. Plastics recycling, compared to the total quantity of plastic waste, is currently relatively low in Australia.
Webinar on Australian market description
For companies that supply the Australian waste and waste management sector in the fields of production and technology, as well as with the provision of pedagogic advisory services, sustainable business and supply opportunities are going to open up - also for Swiss companies. In particular demand are solutions that result in improved reprocessing and recycling technologies and more efficient waste management, thereby supporting Australia on the road from a linear economy to a circular economy. You can find out more about the different business and supply opportunities and get an overview of the subject of waste and waste management in Australia in our webinar.
|Target audience||Swiss and Liechtenstein SME’s|
|Organizer||Switzerland Global Enterprise|
|Cost of participating||Free of charge|
You will receive the login for the platform "InEvent" one day before the webinar by email.
Philip Hare, Director and Senior Consultant
Philip has been assisting companies with their business expansion plans for more than 30 years. During this time Philip has provided a range of specialist services to international and domestic clients. These include market research, reseller and distribution channel identification, development and management, business improvement reviews, strategic planning, and acquisition searches.
Before establishing Strategy Australia, Philip held senior management positions in large corporations, including Technical Product Manager, Group Marketing and Product Development Manager, Regional General Manager Professional Services, and APAC Regional Managing Director.
Philip holds certificates in Mechanical Engineering from England and Australia. He is an Associate Member of the Australian Marketing Institute, Member of the Australian Computer Society, Member of the Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association (PCIA), a Certified Software Asset Management professional and is a Director of two companies.
Bob Eggleton, Senior Consultant
Bob has extensive experience in business management, business planning, marketing, new product development, and engineering. Having worked for several multi-national organisations, Bob has gained significant experience in Asian, European, and American markets. The diverse range of products and technologies Bob has managed demonstrates his flexibility and adaptability.
Before becoming a consultant, Bob used his engineering skills to design and manufacture a variety of items, from heavy engineering applications to small componentry. Having managed large multi-discipline workshops and marketing teams, Bob understands the end-to-end process of getting a new product to market.
Bob holds two degrees, a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, and a Bachelor of Behavioural Studies (Psychology). He also holds further qualifications in Marketing and Business Management.