Infrastructure & Resources

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Toli Papadopoulos, EDITOR

“At Waste Management Review, we recognise the importance of providing quality information and a respected platform to serve the needs of an industry as important to the nation as waste management.”

OVERVIEW

Waste Management Review delivers a high quality, multi-platform media communications that showcases the world-class performance of the Australian waste management and resource recovery industries. The magazine’s leading content informs and connects businesses, assisting in building strategic partnerships as a vital step to growing the industry.

REACH

PRINT CIRCULATION

6,400+

Newsletter Subscribers

10,000+

Monthly Average Page Views

5,000+

Print Magazine Frequency

Bi-monthly

TARGET AUDIENCE

Waste Service Providers, Consultants, Local Councils, State and Federal Governments and their Utilities at Engineering, Specifying and Procurement Levels; Captains of Industry across Manufacturing and Retail; as well as Research, Environmental and Educational sectors.

Newsletter

Weekly

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MAGAZINE

Waste Management Review is a leading resource within the Australian waste management sector, regularly read by consultants and contractors within the private sector. As a comprehensive premium publication, Waste Management Review encompasses a broad range of feature articles focusing on industry best practices and the latest innovative technology and product solutions

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WEBSITE

Waste Management Review’s online medium is a leading resource for Australia’s waste management sector. The website includes daily articles, updates, event listings and information to keep anyone involved in Australia’s billion-dollar waste management sectors up to date with the latest news making headlines across the country. 

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SOCIAL MEDIA

Waste Management Review’s breaking content is delivered instantly through a variety of social media channels. These channels encourage interaction, and generate important discussions on the future of the industry. Waste Management Review’s Twitter and Linked In accounts provide an additional medium that encourages maximum engagement with its content.