THANK YOU to our Sponsors
Thank you to the following organisations for their generous support of the Symposium
Department of Environment and Science
Our department recognises the enormous value a clean environment, innovative society and economy, and vibrant culture makes to our lives.
As a diverse organisation, the department brings together key areas of work to achieve our objectives for a better Queensland.
Rocky Point is a strong, sustainable and diverse company with focus areas across farming, retail and bulk garden products, revegetation and renewable resources. Our principle is to Keep Growing; our people, our customers, our business dealings and our sustainability mindset.
At Rocky Point we believe a plant diet is just as important as our own. That’s why we craft high quality, nutrient rich, custom composts, soils and potting mixes ensuring your plants are getting exactly what they need. To guarantee this quality we oversee every part of the creation, starting at the very beginning with the raw materials.
ALS is a leading testing, inspection, certification and verification company head quartered in Brisbane, Australia. Servicing multiple industries globally, ALS employs over 14,000 staff in over 65 countries. For more than 40 years, ALS has been providing services to clients around the world, helping them make better more informed decisions.
Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists, working across every aspect of today’s built environment. Together we help our clients solve their most complex challenges – turning exciting ideas into tangible reality as we strive to find a better way and shape a better world.
The Soil CRC (CRC for High Performance Soils) is bringing together scientists, industry and farmers to find practical solutions for Australia’s underperforming soils. It aims to enable farmers to increase their productivity and profitability by providing them with knowledge and tools to improve the performance of their soils. It is the biggest collaborative soil research effort in Australia’s history, with 39 Participants contributing both cash and in-kind contributions.
HZI is a global leader in thermal and biological energy from waste, acting as an engineering, procurement, and construction contractor delivering complete turnkey plants and system solutions for energy recovery from waste. HZI’s innovative and reliable waste solutions have been part of over 600 reference projects delivered since 1933.