This conference presents a great outlet for national and local authorities, the environmental sector, the police, private landowners, schools, businesses, third sector groups and other stakeholders to debate and analyse the latest policy developments aimed at decreasing fly-tipping in our local areas. The symposium will also provide a platform to further explore the potential next steps in tackling this issue across the United Kingdom.
Emma Howard Boyd, Chair, Environment Agency
Joel Kenrick, Head of Policy, Environmental Principles and Oversight, Defra
Sally Hayns, Chief Executive Officer, CIEEM
A reminder that on the 12th March REA Organics (previously TCA/AfOR/ORG) will be celebrating their 25th anniversary. This is a significant milestone in the sector and REA Organics would like to invite local authorities to join them as guests at the conference and exhibition. They are also offering a substantive discount to local authorities to attend this event which offers excellent value for money at a mere £75.00.
Issues for discussion at this conference include:
Back at the Grand Central Hotel and free to all LARAC members, the Scotland Conference returns once more.
Our Scotland Representative, Steve Gilfillan from West Lothian Council is working on the agenda and making sure that, as is traditional, it treats the issues most relevant to Scotland LARAC members.
Keep an eye on this space for the full agenda.
Meanwhile - keep his date for your diary.