Corporate Carbon Advisory joins the Waste Management Association of Australia

Thursday 30 May 2013
Corporate Carbon Advisory has recently become a member of the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA).  The WMAA is Australia’s peak body for stakeholders in the waste and resource recovery industry.  With over 3,000 members, it is an independent, not-for-profit association that provides a range of resources and knowledge development for its membership including networking events, training and industry development programs.
Matthew Warnken, Managing Director of Corporate Carbon Advisory, has had a long association with the WMAA.  In 2003 Matthew was project manager for an energy from waste sustainability guide project, co-funded by the WMAA and the (previous) Australian Greenhouse Office.
“I’m pleased to be able to continue my relationship with the WMAA in a more formal manner and look forward to contributing to the debate on gaining recognition for greenhouse gas abatement delivered by WMAA members.  The work done through the WMAA and the role they play in representing the waste and resource recovery sector is invaluable,” said Matthew.
“Matthew is a recognised expert in carbon related matters,” noted Val Southam, CEO of the WMAA.  “Corporate Carbon is a welcome addition to the WMAA.”
Membership in the WMAA brings Corporate Carbon Advisory closer to industry stakeholders and allows a more direct relationship between the objectives of the waste and resource recovery industry and Corporate Carbon’s direction as a trusted advisor and reporting service for the industry.
For more information about the WMAA go to:
For further information, contact:
Matthew Warnken
Managing Director
Corporate Carbon Advisory
+61 418 238 040

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