Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group welcomes new EO

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On behalf of the Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group (LMWRRG) Board of Directors, I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Gordon Fraser to the role of Executive Officer.

Gordon is deeply committed to positive environmental management and has over 30 years of experience in working for Governments and private enterprise in waste minimisation and management, renewable energy, resource efficiency, biodiversity conservation, sustainability, education and community capacity building.

Gordon has received multiple awards for his ground-breaking work including: Southern Cross University, Alumnus of the Year; APN Sustainability Champion; LGSA NSW Excellence in the Environment Award; Vision for Australia National Award (High Commendation); and recognition in Australians Creating a Better Future. Gordon has also represented Australia and NSW as a clean technology innovator at the Shanghai World Trade Expo.

Gordon has extensive experience in senior roles including with North East Waste Forum (NSW), NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Ballina Shire Council, Kyogle Council, Shoalhaven City Council and several private organisations. He has also been a Ranger and a Customs Officer.

Gordon holds qualifications including Graduate Diploma of Education (with Distinction) Secondary Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (with Distinction), Resource Management– Southern Cross University. Gordon lectured to national and international students at Southern Cross University, School of Environment, Science & Engineering in “Waste Technology” and anticipates he may be reacquainted with some of his former students as he works across the Loddon Mallee region and Victoria in his new role.

LMWRRG Chair, Jennifer Anderson said that “The Board is very thankful to Karen Fazzani, the outgoing Executive Officer, for her dedication and support to the Waste and Resource Recovery Group over many years and wishes her well for the future”.

LMWRRG looks forward to working with Gordon as he takes up the role to help us to be more equipped than ever to meet the environmental challenges facing Victoria,” she said.

Gordon commenced his work for Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group on Monday 7 October.On behalf of the Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group (LMWRRG) Board of Directors, I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Gordon Fraser to the role of Executive Officer.

Gordon is deeply committed to positive environmental management and has over 30 years of experience in working for Governments and private enterprise in waste minimisation and management, renewable energy, resource efficiency, biodiversity conservation, sustainability, education and community capacity building.

Gordon has received multiple awards for his ground-breaking work including: Southern Cross University, Alumnus of the Year; APN Sustainability Champion; LGSA NSW Excellence in the Environment Award; Vision for Australia National Award (High Commendation); and recognition in Australians Creating a Better Future. Gordon has also represented Australia and NSW as a clean technology innovator at the Shanghai World Trade Expo.

Gordon has extensive experience in senior roles including with North East Waste Forum (NSW), NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Ballina Shire Council, Kyogle Council, Shoalhaven City Council and several private organisations. He has also been a Ranger and a Customs Officer.

Gordon holds qualifications including Graduate Diploma of Education (with Distinction) Secondary Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (with Distinction), Resource Management– Southern Cross University. Gordon lectured to national and international students at Southern Cross University, School of Environment, Science & Engineering in “Waste Technology” and anticipates he may be reacquainted with some of his former students as he works across the Loddon Mallee region and Victoria in his new role.

LMWRRG Chair, Jennifer Anderson said that “The Board is very thankful to Karen Fazzani, the outgoing Executive Officer, for her dedication and support to the Waste and Resource Recovery Group over many years and wishes her well for the future”.

LMWRRG looks forward to working with Gordon as he takes up the role to help us to be more equipped than ever to meet the environmental challenges facing Victoria,” she said.

Gordon commenced his work for Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group on Monday 7 October.On behalf of the Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group (LMWRRG) Board of Directors, I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Gordon Fraser to the role of Executive Officer.

Gordon is deeply committed to positive environmental management and has over 30 years of experience in working for Governments and private enterprise in waste minimisation and management, renewable energy, resource efficiency, biodiversity conservation, sustainability, education and community capacity building.

Gordon has received multiple awards for his ground-breaking work including: Southern Cross University, Alumnus of the Year; APN Sustainability Champion; LGSA NSW Excellence in the Environment Award; Vision for Australia National Award (High Commendation); and recognition in Australians Creating a Better Future. Gordon has also represented Australia and NSW as a clean technology innovator at the Shanghai World Trade Expo.

Gordon has extensive experience in senior roles including with North East Waste Forum (NSW), NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Ballina Shire Council, Kyogle Council, Shoalhaven City Council and several private organisations. He has also been a Ranger and a Customs Officer.

Gordon holds qualifications including Graduate Diploma of Education (with Distinction) Secondary Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (with Distinction), Resource Management– Southern Cross University. Gordon lectured to national and international students at Southern Cross University, School of Environment, Science & Engineering in “Waste Technology” and anticipates he may be reacquainted with some of his former students as he works across the Loddon Mallee region and Victoria in his new role.

LMWRRG Chair, Jennifer Anderson said that “The Board is very thankful to Karen Fazzani, the outgoing Executive Officer, for her dedication and support to the Waste and Resource Recovery Group over many years and wishes her well for the future”.

LMWRRG looks forward to working with Gordon as he takes up the role to help us to be more equipped than ever to meet the environmental challenges facing Victoria,” she said.

Gordon commenced his work for Loddon Mallee Waste and Resource Recovery Group on Monday 7 October.v