ESA ON TWITTER
RWM provides a platform for the latest technologies, practices, and innovations that continue to shape the recycling, waste management and sustainability sectors.
Boasting over 100 expert-led seminars and 500+ cutting-edge suppliers, the event addresses the latest topics, trends and solutions in the industry - looking at opportunities, challenges, future resources and the increasing importance of the circular economy.
The LARAC Conference is the leading event in the local authority waste and recycling calendar. The live event attracts more than 400 visitors (including 170 different authorities) for two days of expert presentations, practical workshops and second to none networking. Visitors can also take part in the LARAC celebration awards and revel in the successes of different local authorities over the past year.
Delivered in partnership by CIWM, WRAP, ESA and INCPEN
With a raft of major policy and legislation changes around the corner, and more on the horizon, Resourcing the Future returns with a bang in 2021 to provide a unique and interactive opportunity for resources and waste professionals to come together and discuss the future of the sector.
The MRF & Markets Conference brings together experts from across the industry to consider and discuss policy, regulations, latest developments and case studies as well as debate some of the key issues in the industry.
Not only a blight on the local community, fires at waste sites damage the reputation of the whole UK recycling sector, which also impacts on the ability of firms to secure insurance.
The full day conference programme will see input from the regulators, the WISH Forum and insurance as well as practical fire prevention case studies from operators.
The Health & Safety Conference will offer delegates an opportunity to hear about the latest work taking place to improve the health and safety culture within the waste and recycling sector. Topics covered will include the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, changing and maintaining health and safety culture, health and hygiene issues, mental health and much more.
After the year of 2020, the landscape for those involved in running a household waste and recycling centre has changed somewhat from just a year ago. Drawing on best practice case studies, exploring site safety and looking to the future, The National Civic Amenity Site Conference will explore the latest guidance and advice for anyone connected to managing or operating a civic amenity site.
With a programme shaped by the industry, this event is designed to provide you with key guidance and discussions honing in on the most pertinent issues.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the ESA Annual Lunch following its cancellation last year due to the pandemic.
The event will again be taking place at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square, with representatives from Government, regulators and other key stakeholders from within the industry in attendance.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch
*please note we are only able to accomodate a maximum of 10 people per table to comply with hotel restrictions
Secure your place at the WEEE Conference to discuss, debate and hear expert opinion from the across the different WEEE sector stakeholders. Whether you are an AATF, producer, compliance scheme, local authority or collector, this is the event for you.
The Communications Conference provides an unrivalled opportunity for professionals working within recycling and waste management to discuss, debate and hear innovative, practical tools and techniques which can be applied in your organisation to tackle everyday communications challenges.
The Waste Crime conference will explore types of waste crime, actions that have been taken to target the problem and future steps. Join us to discuss the key challenges facing the industry.