Wednesday 1 August 2018
Registration, Tea and Coffee
Welcome and housekeeping
Craig Reucassel, War on Waste
Anissa Levy, Acting Chair and CEO, NSW EPA
Welcome from KAB NSW
Val Southam, Chief Executive, KAB NSW
In your Heads, and on the Ground – What’s the latest litter data and social research telling us?
Sharon Owens, NSW EPA, Stuart Clark, Ipsos and Nick Hunter, Papermoose
The Hon. Gabrielle Upton, Minister for the Environment
Parramatta River Litter – Whose responsibility is it and what are we doing about it?
Amanda Bombaci, WSROC & Nicole Collas, Cumberland Council
Seabin Project’s “whole solution” proposal for ocean conservation and sustainability
Pete Ceglinski, Seabin Group
PICITUP Mid North Coast
Jem Hansen, 360green
Scoring the Need for a Litter Bin – A decision tool for Local Government
David Kuhn, SSROC & Tanya Henley, Jacobs
Panel: Extending the impact of clean up
Facilitated by: Rob Curnow, Community Change
Understanding and utilising the KAB National Litter Index
John Phillips, KESAB
Digitising your Litter Data – The Local Litter Check is going online
John Lavarack, NSW EPA
Field trialling BinSpring to contain waste in MGBs
Greg Lomax, BinSpring
How science can help with your litter problem
Dr Krista Verlis & Dr Scott Wilson, Macquarie University
The networking event is a fantastic opportunity to mingle with other delegates and the congress speakers whilst enjoying drinks and canapés.
Thursday 2 August 2018
Registration, Tea and Coffee
Cigarette Butt Litter Reduction Behaviour Change Trial– What works in changing smoker’s disposal behaviour?
Rupert Saville, NSW EPA
No butts about it
Cameron Pensini, Queanbeyan-Palering Regional Council
Butts, benches and big opportunities
Lara Barclay & Victoria Arthur, Adaptation Environment Support
A finely tuned regional approach to reducing cigarette butt litter at the source
Wendy Xing & Guada Lado, WSROC
Looking beyond 2020 – A question for all of us – Can we ‘own it and act’?
Sharon Owens, NSW EPA
Panel: What next? What do we do with all these learnings?
Sharon Owens, Rob Curnow and other leading litter practitioners
All eyes on Blacktown – Reducing takeaway litter through enforcement and fast food outlet partnerships
Brendon Andrei, Blacktown City Council
Canada Bay’s War on Dog Poo: Bag It Bin It
Anne Claire Collee, City of Canada Bay
Litter Reduction Program at Cumberland Schools – A case study from Lidcombe Public School
Alina Tamrakar Maskey, Cumberland Council & Hayley Durham, KAB NSW
Panel: Bill Posters – Vibrant public information or outdated communication platform?
Facilitated by: Phil Molyneaux
Good for the Hood, a journey for your average nobody
Joanne Taranto & Corina Seeto, Good for the Hood
Providing cut through in litter education
Juliet Scrine, Eaton Gorge Theatre Company
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