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BP Helios Breakfast Discussion


26 May 2005 at 1:05 pm
Staff Reporter
A Melbourne business breakfast with the thought provoking title "Beyond Powerlessness" - Are we 'wasting' away?" is the latest offering of BP Helios program.

Staff Reporter | 26 May 2005 at 1:05 pm


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BP Helios Breakfast Discussion
26 May 2005 at 1:05 pm

A Melbourne business breakfast with the thought provoking title “Beyond Powerlessness” – Are we ‘wasting’ away?” is the latest offering of BP Helios program.

This discussion will be lead by guest speaker – Cheryl Batagol, Chairman, Melbourne Water Corporation and the new Sustainability Victoria Interim Advisory Board.

Cheryl Batagol has 30 years experience in the waste management industry, including commercial, industrial and trade waste management and treatment.

Cheryl’s knowledge and interests in waste management and treatment is reflected in her appointment as Chairperson of EcoRecycle Victoria in 2003.

Cheryl’s experience in water and waste management bring an holistic approach to the sustainable management of Victoria’s natural resources. She has a strong personal and professional commitment to stakeholder and community engagement as the basis for achieving effective change.

Bookings are essential and can be made online.

When: 1st June 2005
Where: BP Australia
The Tower, Melbourne Central
360 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne

On arrival, please proceed directly to level 31

Time: 7:15am-9am.
Cost: $15*

REGISTER ONLINE at www.bp.com.au/events by Friday 27th May 2005. ( *Pay on the day, tax receipts available upon request)



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