Our 30th annual WasteMINZ Conference will be held in Christchurch at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand from 5-8 November 2018.
2018 Conference theme: A new climate-change law set to be introduced in 2018 will bind Governments to carbon targets and set it down a path to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a public consultation process to kick off in May 2018 involving all sectors including business, farmers, unions, Maori, economists and local communities.
With this in mind, the theme for our 2018 conference will be:
If Aotearoa is going to hit this audacious target, our sector is going to need to play a significant part. We must drastically transform the way we do things. This will be our 30th annual conference, and we only have another 30 conferences until 2050. So we must swiftly move down this path.
Monday 5 November
Tuesday 6 November to Thursday 8 November
The 30th Annual Conference runs from 5-8 November 2017 at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand in Christchurch.
Our future conference dates are:
Programme and registration details will be released in July 2018.
We are already hard at work securing fantastic speakers for the conference. Details will be released in July 2018.
The WasteMINZ Awards for Excellence are to recognise the many successes and advances being made right across our sector. There are four categories as follows:
Applications will open on 3 September 2018, with the awards presented at the WasteMINZ Gala dinner.
The WasteMINZ Conference & Expo provides you with the very best waste and contaminated land industry forum in New Zealand and gives sponsors and exhibitors the opportunity to take advantage of the fantastic networking, knowledge sharing, and business opportunities that our events are renowned for. In particular, sponsorship gives you the unique ability to profile your organisation to our sector and be recognised as a leader in your field and a passionate supporter of the industry.
In particular, sponsorship gives you the unique ability to profile your organisation to our sector and be recognised as a leader in your field and a passionate supporter of the industry.