Registrations Open! KNSWB Congress: Less Litter, Live Better

Congress: Less Litter. Live Better

Register for 2014 KNSWB Congress: Less Litter, Live Better!

We have subsequently moved to an online registration system: Please go to the Congress Home Page to access the online ticket purchase.

In March 2014 we are proud to host the inaugural Keep NSW Beautiful Congress: Less Litter, Live Better. This will be the first Congress in NSW dedicated solely to litter reduction and prevention.

Innovative thought leaders, industry experts and community leaders will converge at Rydges World Square, Sydney, on March 20-22 to discuss how to reduce litter and inspire behaviour change over a two-day series of keynote presentations, case studies and interactive panel discussions.

For a detailed list of speakers, presentations, seminars and site visits please view the official KNSWB Congress Program here.

If you would like to be part of this pioneer event please complete the registration form located at the end of the Congress Program. Completed registrations should be emailed to congress@knswb.org.au or returned via fax to (02) 8594 4040.

To register please complete the KNSWB Congress Registration Form using Adobe Reader. Note – some people have been experiencing issues with submitting the form. If you encounter any trouble with the ‘submit’ button at the end of the form, please save the completed file on your computer and send it as an attachment to KNSWB Conference and Events Manager, Briony Manion, at congress@knswb.org.au.

KNSWB would like to thank Congress Presenting Partner, the NSW Environment Protection Authority, and Congress Supporters Wrigley, Lion, SITA and the Australian Packaging Covenant, for their continued support of the Congress, the environment and communities of NSW.

Congress Presenting Partner

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Congress supporting partners 


One Response to “Registrations Open! KNSWB Congress: Less Litter, Live Better”

  1. February 11, 2014 at 9:35 am, Tracy Chalk said:

    The conference program comes up as a 404 error on my screen. I would be very interested to view the program. Could it be made available by email?