Cleanaway is pleased to join the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) as its newest Peak Member. WMAA is Australia’s only national peak industry body for the waste and resource recovery sector.
“There is no other time in the history of the waste management and resource recovery industry where there has been so much change in such a small period of time,” said Mr Vik Bansal, CEO and Managing Director of Cleanaway. “WMAA has been challenging the industry and all stakeholders to come together and work towards our common goals. Cleanaway shares this vision and looks forward to taking an active role in the Association.”
With Cleanaway, WMAA now has four of Australia’s largest waste management and resource recovery companies as active Peak Members. Together, the Association represents the full spectrum of the industry including collections, energy from waste, resource recovery, and landfill.
Gayle Sloan, CEO of WMAA welcomed Cleanaway to the association and said, “The Waste Management Association of Australia has been working hard, on behalf of its members, to work with all stakeholders to find solutions to the various issues we collectively face. The continued growth of our membership base is testament to the fact we are delivering real value for the sector, and we are very pleased to welcome Cleanaway as our newest Peak Member.”
WMAA’s membership includes large SMEs, local and state government, equipment and service providers, and individual members.
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