Events

Webinar: Insourcing your public realm services

When:
9 Jul 2019

Where:
Webinar

This webinar will provide local authorities that have made the decision to insource their public realm services (e.g. street cleansing, waste and grounds maintenance services) with our top tips and advice to help guide officers through the service mobilisation and implementation stages.

LARAC Wales Conference 2019

When:
9 Jul 2019

Where:
Llandrindod Wells, Powys

Join us for the 2019 Welsh LARAC Conference which will take an in depth look at the key issues around running an efficient and effective local authority waste and recycling service. Whether it is communicating with the public to reduce litter, or unpicking Extended Producer Responsibility reform – our expert speakers from across the waste sector will cover the topics that matter most.

Introducing Food Waste Collections

When:
15 Jul 2019

Where:
Webinar

You are invited to join a series of webinars to help Local Authority officers make waste and recycling collections more efficient.

In these one-hour sessions we will share our most popular toolkits and resources, as well as highlighting our learnings on tackling contamination.

All webinars will be recorded, so if you are not able to join us at the exact time, you can still access the materials later.

Introducing Food Waste Collections

Carpet Recycling UK - Annual Conference 2019

When:
18 Jul 2019

Where:
Edgbaston Stadium

View the provisional one-day conference programme. Including: Developing a circular economy for carpets, Sustainability in carpet design, Latest recycling trends and technical developments in the UK, Europe and USA

RWM

When:
11 Sep 2019

Where:
The NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT

Back by popular demand, RWM announces the return of the Leaders of the Waste World panel debate. The panel is made up of the leaders of the three of the biggest waste management companies in the UK: Suez CEO David Palmer-Jones, the new Biffa CEO Michael Topham and Phil Piddington, Managing Director of Viridor. Last year’s panel was hugely popular, with crowds flocking to hear about the current state of the waste industry from the people at the very forefront of the sector.