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Aurecon highlights commitment to sustainable communities

Sustainable communities

02 July 2010 - Aurecon is both a major sponsor and presenter of technical papers at two of the most important environmentally-focused conferences to be held in Australia this year.

During July, Aurecon will be building its brand as a provider of integrated services through two major cross-sector sponsorships and through technical presentations by our staff. Both the Healthy Cities conference in Brisbane and Enviro 2010 in Melbourne will feature a strong Aurecon presence.

“Our involvement at these events directly aligns with our commitment and drive to support ‘Sustainable cities and resilient communities’ and highlights this commitment, as well as our depth and breadth of experience, to clients and the community” said Tim Patterson, Aurecon’s General Manager – Community Development and Infrastructure who will address delegates at the ENVIRO 2010 welcome reception.

The 2010 Healthy Cities conference in Brisbane runs 12/13th of July. The event is a platform for government and industry sector professionals to discuss causes, effects and solutions that relate to population health, sustainability, natural resource management, transport, climate change and urban design. The conference will examine the prerequisites for a "Healthy City".

The Enviro 2010 conference and exhibition is a key national assembly of Australian environment and industry stakeholders. To be held in Melbourne 21/23 July, the Enviro 2010 conference and exhibition will be presented by ‘Enviro Conventions’ – a joint venture between the Australian Water Association and the Waste Management Association of Australia.

Approximately 20 Aurecon staff from across all sectors will attend the Aurecon- sponsored Enviro 2010 and Healthy Cities networking functions.

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