21 Mounts Bay Road
Perth WA 6000
T: +61 8 9338 0300
F: +61 8 9338 0309
The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC), located in the heart of the city, is a state-of-the-art facility and Western Australia’s only purpose built convention, exhibition and meeting venue, housing some of the most advanced technical facilities and communications infrastructure.
The Centre looks forward to welcoming IOP 2013 delegates to Perth in July 2013.
Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, is the nation’s largest state and its superb position on the banks of the beautiful Swan River and nearby hectares of natural bushland in Kings Park make for a city centred on the great outdoors.
For more tourism information please visit www.experienceperth.com.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre recognises the importance of sustainability of the environment and supporting the community. They are committed to reducing their environmental impact and making a positive contribution to the local community.
In May 2008, PCEC was proud to receive EarthCheck (formerly Green Globe) Benchmarking in recognition of the Centre’s commitment to the environment.
EarthCheck is recognised as the world’s largest environmental benchmarking, certification and management solution designed specifically for sustainable travel and tourism businesses to validate their carbon claims and guide their sustainability initiatives. PCEC surpassed expectation in many of the selection criteria and is working on continual improvement in all areas of environmental conservation at the Centre.
EarthCheck is now trusted by more than 1,000 organisations in over 60 countries and provides a means to independently calculate Scopes One, Two and Three emissions and improve operational efficiencies. Importantly, EarthCheck reports are verified by an international network of independent auditors.
EarthCheck has a set of stringent benchmarks which organisations are measured prior to receiving accreditation. The accreditation looks at a range of areas including sustainability policies, water and energy consumption, recycling and chemical usage.
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