“It is a true honour to be nominated a Director to the national WMRR Board.

I am especially thrilled to be joining fellow industry advocates, to support and influence the best possible outcome for the whole waste and resource recovery industry and the Australian community.”

TOMRA Cleanaway applauded today’s announcement by the  Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) that one of our own executive team members, Michelle Mandl – General Manager of Communications, Customer and Engagement was appointed to the WMRR Board as a nominated Director.

A long term career in the waste and resource recovery industry, Michelle commenced with TOMRA Cleanaway in 2017 to aid in the delivery of the state critical ‘Return and Earn’ NSW container deposit scheme to deliver a large scale legacy program across the state that changed the way the community thought about recycling. Through her influence and passion for effective behaviour change that improves the lives of the general community, Michelle has continued to assist TOMRA Cleanaway’s efforts in ensuring we are continually ‘driving value from recycling’ in every jurisdiction we operate.

Michelle’s Board Director appointment is a two year term, commencing 2024 until 2026, and will provide her the opportunity to have direct influence and involvement in the Association’s advocacy for the $15 billion critical waste and resource recovery industry nationally.

Commenting on her appointment Michelle said,

“It is a true honour to be nominated a Director to the national WMRR Board.

I am especially thrilled to be joining fellow industry advocates, to support and influence the best possible outcome for the whole waste and resource recovery industry and the Australian community.”

About WMRR

WMRR is the national peak body tasked with representing the whole of the waste and resource recovery industry.  Membership covers the entire spectrum of the industry including landfill, recycling and resource recovery, energy from waste, e-waste, organics, construction and demolition, commercial and industrial, hazardous and biohazardous waste sectors.

 

To read the WMRR Announcement, please visit the website here Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR).