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Aimed at anybody involved in municipal waste collection, this conference addresses the big issues facing the sector; including consistency challenges post-consultation release. Significant developments in policy and the trends dictating the future will feature prominently on the agenda.
At the 2023 summit, we'll see the latest innovations and services from exhibitors, hear industry experts share their take on the current market, and provide a perfect opportunity for individuals to raise their company profile as well as to network on the latest sustainable developments.
Mark your calendar for the definitive waste electrical and electronic equipment event - the WEEE Conference!
As your one-stop show for WEEE professionals, the conference is an unrivalled opportunity hear critical insights, the latest strategies, key regulation updates, consumer behaviour, and exciting updates in the field.
This year’s conference will focus on the Collection and Packaging Reforms (CPR) due to be rolled out during the next few years. Join us as we talk about its evolution and delve into the detail of what it means for all those involved in the materials chain. Together, we’ll explore the practicalities of implementation, such as changes to services, infrastructure, and markets, and what this means for you, your role, and your organisation.
The football tournament you can't afford to miss returns to the hallowed Beaconsfield Rugby Club for an unforgettable day of sport. Show the sector that your team has what it takes to make it out of the group stages and into waste history!
The landscape for those involved in running a household waste and recycling centre has changed from just a year ago with new pressures and legislative proposals. Drawing on best practice case studies and exploring charging and booking systems, the event aims to look to the future.
The latest allocation round, lessons from AR4, support for renewables and innovation, implications for key stakeholders, and the way forward for policy and regulation.
Taking place with the CfD Allocation Round 5 aiming to deliver greater market confidence and investment incentives into low carbon energy technologies, it will be a timely opportunity to assess the first annual scheme, what more can be done to overcome barriers to stimulating renewable energy deployment, and the role of CfDs into the future.
Building upon advancements made by the Government including the 2022 ‘Plastic Packaging Tax’, new measures are set to be introduced in October 2023 banning a range of single use items to combat avoidable plastic waste.
Westminster Insight’s Unwrapping the Challenge of Single Use Plastics Digital Conference is ideally timed to review how these goals can be achieved. We will outline the next steps for Government legislation, hear from DEFRA and assess how upcoming changes will impact your organisation as well as producers, manufacturers and consumers.
The European Conference on Fuel and Energy Research and Its Applications
The Fuel and Energy Research Forum has been created to bring together all those with interests in fuel and energy research, particularly biomass, waste and fossil fuels and to promote and integrate these interests in the UK and worldwide.
This 2nd FERIA Conference, the Successor to the ECCRIA series of Conferences, first held in 1996 at Loughborough University, builds on the success of the previous twelve ECCRIA and 1st FERIA Conferences, is to be held at the University of Sheffield.
The MRW Champions Summit is a one-day online event that delves into the detail behind best practice in the sector, reflecting the achievements of the past and opportunities for the future.
Featuring the National Recycling Awards shortlist announcement
More than just an exhibition, RWM | Letsrecycle Live serve as a platform to accelerate the transition to a better and more environmentally friendly planet.
Discuss critical topics, present innovative green technologies, and use the show as an international springboard to launch solutions to the world’s future challenges.
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.
With commodities markets increasingly under pressure, quality outputs from MRFs has never been more important. Work to examine the contamination going into and coming out of facilities is intensifying and speakers will address this, as well as looking at export rules and the importance of communications in domestic collections.
High profile fire incidents have affected waste sites both large and small, damaging businesses dealing with a wide range of recyclable materials up and down the UK and causing distress for nearby residents. The full day programme will see input from the Environment Agency, WISH Forum and Fire & Rescue Service serving as a platform for an annual update on fire prevention and control in the waste sector.
Now in its tenth year, the RDF Conference has established itself as one of the key must-attend conferences for all those operating in the RDF, SRF and Energy from Waste sectors.