This masterclass will explore the new Green Star Buildings minimum expectations for waste, and what this means for projects teams. It will enable you to understand what the changes are and what this means in practice.
Increase your knowledge on the new minimum expectations for operational and construction and demolition waste. Learn about the current waste market and what technologies and tools are available for your project.
The experts will discuss upcoming legislation, future proofing challenges as well as present case studies and take you on their successful waste management journey.
This session has been developed for those working on a project, or planning to in the future. You will take away essential information to improve your processes and planning for better waste management.
Key areas of learning include:
Join the facilitators:
Bring your questions to our experts and join in the discussion.
Please note, capacity is capped so we can deliver a collaborative course with opportunities for discussion throughout.
You can add colleagues who have a GBCA account to your online booking. Alternatively contact the Professional Development team on 02 8239 6200 or email.
The agenda is preliminary. Sessions and timings are subject to change.
Deejan Ferrao, Technical Advisor, Green Building Council of Australia
Mike Twemlow, Sustainability Consultant, Edge Environment
Attendees will break into smaller facilitated groups to discuss the most effective way of approaching waste credit in Green Star Buildings
Amanda Kane, Organics Manager, NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
In smaller facilitated discussion groups, compare different ways and technologies discarding organic waste, how to best manage onsite waste segregation and design tips to future proof your building for effective operational waste avoiding long term ramifications of the design.
If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it
Jake Hickey, State R&D Manager State R&D Manager, Instant Waste Management
Valentina Petrone, Associate - Waste Management & Circular Economy , WSP
Olivier Bradshaw, Manager Sustainability, Sydney Metro