The Committee for Gippsland is a positive and influential voice for Gippsland helping to create a prosperous and sustainable future for the region. Our purpose is to be a member-led advocacy group that engages business and key stakeholders in positive decision making for the sustainable future of Gippsland, contributing to a strong and vibrant Victoria and Australia.
Our aim is to positively influence government priorities for Gippsland leading to strong economic and social outcomes.
The Committee for Gippsland proudly delivers the Gippsland Community Leadership Program, one of Australia’s longest running regional leadership programs, and the Gippsland Hydrogen Cluster, connecting industry with Government while helping to develop Gippsland’s hydrogen future from generation through to application.
Opal is an innovative renewable packaging and paper company. Opal’s Maryvale Mill is a vertically integrated manufacturer of pulp and paper and also recycles white wastepaper and used cardboard. With a focus on the future, Opal is identifying projects such as the Maryvale Energy from Waste facility, which will divert non-recyclable waste from landfill to create energy for the Mill.
Opening hours: The Creating Energy from Waste Information Centre opens every Tuesday, 10am-3pm (subject to COVID restrictions).
Alinta Energy has over 25 years of experience as both an energy retailer and generator, supplying great value energy to over 1 million Australians. The MIC is home to their Customer Experience Hub, dedicated to providing excellent local customer service to their East Coast customer base. That’s better™.
Phone: 13 37 02