Jason Hoen

Green Eco Technologies

With over 25 years of sales and management experience, Jason has spent the last four years overseeing the development of his company’s innovative WasteMaster food waste conversion system and is now leading the company’s expansion throughout Europe.

Prior to his current position as Managing Director, Jason was formerly Managing Director, EU for Forum Enviro, leading international sales of its environmental products.

Before joining Forum, Jason was a senior executive at Australian company Upstream, holding the position of Melbourne State Manager for 10 years. In this role Jason was responsible for building and managing a dynamic sales team which contributed substantially to Upstream’s success, with the company later being acquired by Fuji Xerox Australia.

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Transforming Your Food Waste For The Benefit Of The Environment

Jason Hoen of Green Eco Technologies (GET), will describe challenges facing the Environment due to high volumes of food waste, and legislative changes being introduced to ensure adoption of responsible waste management systems. Among the solutions available, Jason will describe the WasteMaster system developed by GET for a wide range of industry sectors, which converts food waste on-site into much smaller volumes of residual material, re-purposing waste for positive re-use.

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