Working to facilitate the integration of circular procurement in government and business

An ever-increasing demand for our limited natural resources is having significant impact on the biosphere that all life depends on. In adopting circular procurement policies and methods, governments and business can help create a demand driven circular economy transition. By using their massive purchasing power they can support the development of circular products and services. The Circular Procurement Working Group will collaborate to implement circular procurement amongst government and business by addressing barriers to adoption.


Hayley Jarick (Group Chair)

Supply Chain Sustainability School - CEO

Tony Aloisio

Major Transport Infrastructure Authority (MTIA) - Director, Ecologiq program

Myla Bulaon

iCare NSW - Head of Procurement Strategy and Policy

Catherine Caldwell

Commonwealth Sustainable Procurement Advocacy and Resource Centre (C-SPARC) - Acting Director

Dr Nicole Garofano

Head of Circular Economy Development

Carolyn Gibbs

Infrastructure Sustainability Council - Partnership Manager

Tanya Harris

Edge Environment - Principal Consultant and Acting Head of Sustainable & Ethical Procurement

Sujata Karandikar

Point Advisory - Senior Manager, Sustainable Procurement

Kyla Kerkow

ACT Government - Senior Director, Procurement Policy

Tania Lalor

Local Government Procurement - Senior Consultant, Sustainable Procurement

Kanish Nadarajah

Coles Group - Head of Strategic, Sustainable and Responsible Sourcing

Debbie O'Byrne

Lake Macquarie Council - Circular Economy Lead

Joan Prummel

Rijkswaterstaat - International Circular Economy Advisor

Guy Raithby-Veall

Aristocrat - Senior Manager, Group Sustainability

Fiona Sergi

Victorian Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) - Manager, Social Procurement

Inderjeet Virdi

Australasian Supply Chains Institute - Director/Secretary

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