Jun 12, 2018
Narelle Anderson is the founder and managing director of the
award winning Envirobank Recycling, Australia’s most innovative
reverse vending machine solutions and automated recycling depots.
Narelle’s vision is to change the way Australians – and the world –
recycle, using technology to reward consumers for it.
Founding Envirobank Recycling in 2008 to incentivise recyclers, Narelle introduced the concept of Reverse Vending Technology to Australia. A born entrepreneur, Narelle has owned multiple businesses and built a distinguished career in the waste industry. In 2000, she became the first Aboriginal woman to solely own a waste management company. In 2001 she was elected by her peers as the first female president of the Sydney chapter of The Entrepreneurs’ Organisation (EO) a dynamic, global network of more than 7,300 business owners in 42 countries. In 2015 Narelle was voted as one of Australia’s top 50 influential women entrepreneurs. Here she is sharing The Politics of Recycling.
In this podcast, Narelle explains:
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Amplify your ideas and get a bit political with me! To be a future podcast guest or connect with me, I can be found at: Amber@bespokecomms.com.au
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