Waste Management Symposium 2013

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A message from Waste Management and Recycling Association Singapore:

Taking place in Singapore on 2 July 2013, the Waste Management Symposium is jointly organised by Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS), National Environment Agency (NEA) and International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) and supported by Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA).

The symposium will provide insights into developments and opportunities in key Asia markets as well as showcase novel approaches into promising solutions and technologies for waste management and recycling industry.

A networking lunch and an evening cocktail reception are included in the full-day programme and do not hesitate to contact us at (65) 6403 2550 for more information.

Please click to access the Waste Management Symposium brochure and registration form.

 

Venue: Max Atria, Singapore Expo

Time: 9am – 5pm (Registration Starts at 8.30am)

To Register or find out more, please contact Ms Fang Wei at (65) 6403 2550 or email fangwei.goh@singex.com.sg.

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  1. Gift With A Heart says:

    thanks.   evelyn. 90976800

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