Plastics | How manufacturers can embrace the circular economy

Are you involved in the plastics sector and want to learn more about the circular economy? Monash Business School, in partnership with SEMMA, invites you to join an industry-specific webinar to help you start your journey. This series will help you learn more about: What the circular economy is, and its importance to your industry Experiences… Read More →

General Manufacturing | How manufacturers can embrace the circular economy

Are you involved in the general manufacturing sector and want to learn more about the circular economy? Monash Business School, in partnership with SEMMA, invites you to join an industry-specific webinar to help you start your journey. This series will help you learn more about: What the circular economy is, and its importance to your industry… Read More →

Textiles | How manufacturers can embrace the circular economy

Are you involved in the textile sector and want to learn more about the circular economy? Monash Business School, in partnership with SEMMA, invites you to join an industry-specific webinar to help you start your journey. This series will help you learn more about: What the circular economy is, and its importance to your industry Experiences… Read More →

Food / Agriculture | How manufacturers can embrace the circular economy

Are you involved in the food/agriculture sector and want to learn more about the circular economy? Monash Business School, in partnership with SEMMA, invites you to join an industry-specific webinar to help you start your journey. This series will help you learn more about: What the circular economy is, and its importance to your industry Experiences… Read More →

Circularity in Councils

Learn how local governments across Australia are driving circular economy and sustainability programs within their regions! Join us to hear from two of Australia’s leading organizations and how they support a circular and zero-waste future:   The City of Greater Bendigo: With a commitment to the Circular Economy and Zero waste policy, the City of… Read More →

Circular Partnerships to create Behaviour Change

Join us at our upcoming webinar on to learn how your organisation can leverage industry partnerships and encourage behaviour change to transition to a circular economy. In this webinar, you will have the opportunity to hear from our expert panellists Dr Sarah King (Circular Economy, CSIRO), Dr Matthew Parnell (Sustainability Professional and Educator) along with ASPIRE’s CEO Cameron McKenzie.   What… Read More →

Starting the journey to being part of the circular economy

Are you a business owner, or work in the manufacturing sector, and looking to understand more about the circular economy? Recycling your waste is just one step in a circular economy, which focuses on creating a closed ‘loop’ around the way you use resources and energy to manufacture your products and manage the outputs (such… Read More →

Track, trace and measure your carbon emission savings

Join us as Cameron McKenzie, CEO of ASPIRE, will cover how to measure your carbon emission savings and gain transparency within your supply chain. Webinar Details: DATE: Wednesday 9 February 2022 TIME: 12 pm – 12:45 pm AEDT What you will learn: The challenges for organisations to measure embodied carbon emissions How to use the ASPIRE platform as… Read More →

SEBN Open Forum – Waste | Save Resources and Money!

Facilitators | Marcus Barber – Looking Up Feeling Good and Markus Oswald – o.d.t. Engineering With increasing awareness on the Circular Economy this special Waste Forum will question whether: you know your waste challenges and can overcome them your processes are saving – or wasting – your money you have the potential to supply a product… Read More →

Sustainable Infrastructure Fund – information session

In this session you will hear about the fund and have the opportunity to ask questions about the application process. The fund supports local government and alpine resort management boards to increase the use of priority recycled materials (cardboard, glass, paper, plastics and rubber) in infrastructure projects.  Grants are available between $50,000 to $300,000 ($1: $1 co-contribution funding). You will also hear about other Sustainability Victoria circular economy initiatives such as… Read More →