Like all good celebrations they can run on an on. After all the queen has had two birthdays a year for as long as I can remember and looks none the worse for it.
Westminster Energy, Environment and Transport Forum Keynote Seminar
A conference on waste management including recycling in Wales
Dr Marcus Gover, Chief Executive Officer, WRAP
So, it's day three at RWM – and as Lee has just gone off for a meeting with a CIWM rep I had better remember that the show's full name is RWM in Partnership with CIWM!
Rocking up to RWM 17 at 9am before everyone else gets here to put the magazines on the stand and add the last finishing touches, Lee and I realise we are approaching our stand via a very, very wide walkway – there are finger posts along the way, and it’s definitely more than an ‘isle’.
Recycle Week 25 September to 1 October 2017
Now in its 14th year Recycle Week is a celebration of recycling, with this year's theme being ‘Recycling – It’s Worth It!’
The strapline for the campaign will be ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’. Use this link for lots of new resources using this strapline and with a new design just for Recycle Week. Please note that the ‘What Goes Around Comes Around’ templates are embargoed until Recycle Week but you can get planning their launch now.