Join a host of industry professionals at the 2019 edition of the letsrecycle.com WEEE Conference. Discuss, debate and hear updates from the various different market stakeholders on the present and future of the UK’s WEEE sector.
RESOURCES STRATEGY AND EPR: THE FUTURE OF WEEE
The Resources and Waste Strategy
The future of WEEE regulations
ISSUES FACING THE WEEE INDUSTRY
The RECOUP Plastics Recycling Conference is becoming the not to be missed event within the plastics recycling value chain. The event normally sees around 400 delegates attending and is unique in its ability to draw together stakeholders, NGOs, Local and National Government bodies and companies with business interests within plastics recycling to network and share best practice.
This year there are 4 breakout sessions to choose from which are;
The 2019 LARAC Conference is open for bookings. This year the event will take place on Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 October - a week earlier than in recent years but still in the autumn slot that has become a traditional fixture in the diaries of local authority waste and recycling officers.
The event will also have a new home in 2019 – the Hilton Metropole Birmingham NEC – with its large purpose-built conference facility.
Smart waste, smart resources provides a dedicated day to explore how digital technologies will change the way the waste and recycling industries work. With a range of practical breakfast seminars that give “down to earth” information for organisations looking to develop their systems, and a first-class series of presentations, discussions and networking opportunities throughout the day, attendees will be able to explore how data aids efficiency of resources and decision-making, and how fourth generation technologies are changing the way waste is collected and valued.
This important one day seminar will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the issues facing the plastics recycling industry in the UK. This seminar will explore investing in new capacity, how to reach the industry targets and how to achieve sustainability in packaging as well as a panel debate on plastics waste exports and an examination of chemical recycling.
This is your opportunity to network with your peers and to learn about what the challenges and opportunities facing the UK plastics recycling industry in 2020 and beyond.