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Making the most of bioresources
During this webinar our experts will discuss how an organisation can make the most of bioresources including sewage, food waste, industrial waste and agricultural waste.
The National Food Waste Conference will bring together key sectors to discuss the opportunities and challenges that food waste presents.
Making the most of renewables
In the fourth webinar of our series, experts from Ricardo and Mott MacDonald will discuss how your organisation can make the most of renewable power generation technologies.
How to handle unavoidable emissions (carbon sequestrations and offsets)
During this final webinar in our net-zero series our experts will share how to identify and handle unavoidable residual emissions, as well as engineered carbon sequestration and natural carbon sequestration – benefits, challenges and key considerations, along with understanding offsets – benefits, challenges and key considerations, and how to decide what’s right for you.
The Masters of Waste is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Beaconsfield Golf Club. Join more than 24 other teams and network with key players in the sector.
Delivered in partnership by CIWM, WRAP, ESA and INCPEN
The organisers look forward to welcoming you back to the Resourcing the Future Conference 2021 with a fantastic line-up of inspiring speakers, interactive workshops, and innovative exhibitors.
Secure your place at the WEEE Conference to discuss, debate and hear expert opinion from the across the different WEEE sector stakeholders.
Aimed at anybody involved in municipal waste collection, this conference addresses the big issues facing the sector including significant developments in policy and the trends that will dictate the future.
The Waste World Cup is the industry's premier sporting event seamlessly combining a day of football with quality networking.
In light of the pandemic, the landscape for those involved in running a household waste and recycling centre has changed somewhat from just a year ago. Drawing on best practise case studies, The National Civic Amenity Site Conference will explore the latest guidance and advice for anyone connected to managing or operating a civic amenity site.
We are at the start of a new decade and with it new aspirations for the UK’s drive towards a more sustainable approach to waste management. The UK will require a range of facilities and this event aims to answer some of the key questions surrounding regional demands, logistics, political input, and financing.
Letsrecycle Live is the UK’s leading live show for the waste, recycling and sustainability industry.
Free to attend with six sector specific zones stretching across indoor and outdoor areas, Letsrecycle Live features more than 100 speakers across five conference theatres, live material processing, live vehicle demonstrations, live fire suppression tests, 200+ exhibitors and a range of free to attend networking events