Organics Recycling 2017 is the most important meeting place for anyone working in, or associated with, the organics recycling sector. This established one day conference, exhibition and Gala Dinner will once again bring the sector together to foster debate and interaction with peers and key decision makers.
Challenges and opportunities which face a maturing industry will be at the forefront of this year’s conference. The biowaste sector contributes a greater tonnage to the recycling agenda than any other waste stream and moreover this is done at a cost to the taxpayer which is unrivalled by other materials streams. The industry needs to shout about this more than ever as local authorities come under greater fiscal pressure in 2017.
This event, now its 23rd year, provides a unique opportunity for anyone involved in the collection, treatment or use of biodegradable resources, to learn about the latest developments in policy, technical innovation and regulatory change.
With the recent EU referendum result providing much speculation and concern to industry as uncertainty prevails in future policy direction, there has never been a more critical tipping point in the development of this vibrant sector than NOW and this is your opportunity as a delegate to make your voice heard.
The conference this year has a particular focus on providing practical advice and solutions to improving bottom-line profitability as well as reviewing cutting-edge solutions from the continent.
With a panel debate and plenty of networking opportunities throughout the day, this is a ‘must attend’ event for anyone who is involved in the world of biodegradable resource management. The conference will be followed by the infamous Gala Dinner, renowned for its high quality entertainment, fundraising and ‘good fun’.
With new political masters at the helm, 2017 will inevitably bring further change. Your attendance at this event will provide you with an up-to-date insight into the important ‘must know’ information and is the ideal opportunity to meet like-minded individuals that share your passion and interest for organics recycling.