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Why the Supply Chain Sustainability School worksAbout us
Mirvac’s plan to send zero waste to landfill by 2030
The plan, Planet Positive: Waste & Materials, sees Mirvac move away from the traditional ‘take, make, use and dispose’ model to one which considers...Read More
Is it Time to Do Some Procurement Housekeeping?
Willow Aliento spoke with School CEO, Hayley Jarick, and CIPS Australia and New Zealand GM, Sharon Morriss, about how to turn COVID-19 challenges into...Read More
School comments on National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development Review
Learn more about the review here The Supply Chain Sustainability School welcomes the opportunity to comment on the National Agreement for Skills and Workforce...Read More