As the co-founder of Rhino Instruments, the home-grown Australian manufacturer of extremely robust environmental monitoring equipment, I’m thrilled to announce that we have become a member of the Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA). This is a major step forward for us as we close out our pilot with the City of Greater Geelong and start to open up access to our Geelong designed and manufactured remote environmental monitoring system.
We are proud to be associated with a nationally recognised organisation that represents the interests of the Australian organic waste processing sector. The benefits of this membership are numerous and will help us to expand our presence in the Australian market.
AORA provides its members with access to a wealth of information and resources related to organic waste recycling, including research reports, legislation changes and best practices. This will not only allow us to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry but also help us improve our software, which in turn will let us offer our customers deeper insights into their data and better feedback on what’s happening on the ground in their operations.
We’ve already attended the most recent Zoom session which included what’s coming down the pike from the EPA and Sustainability Victoria and it’s got us thinking about how our cloud console could be improved to provide more insights and smart triggers.