Managing Commercial & Industrial Waste Through Minimisation, Treatment And Recovery To Reduce Waste (Managing Commercial)

Venue: IBIS, Earls Court,

Location: Central London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 23, 2006
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Ÿ Locating the latest movements on the EU and UK political agenda to drive understanding and compliance
Ÿ Identifying how the Landfill Directive, WEEE Directive and Hazardous Waste Regulations will effect the management of waste
Ÿ Exploring innovative waste management techniques to deal cost-effectively with waste
Ÿ Driving the use of recovered waste materials to enable sustainable waste management

Hear from the following waste professionals:

Ÿ Paul Speight, Sustainable Production & Consumption Unit, DG Environment, European Commission
Ÿ Liz Parkes, Head of Waste Regulation Policy, Environment Agency
Ÿ Speaker Name TBA, Waste Strategy Team, Defra
Ÿ Dr Martin Gibson, Director, Envirowise
Ÿ Andy Scorer, Environmental Advisor, Pfizer Global Manufacturing
Ÿ Dr Kirstie McIntyre, WEEE Programme Manager, HP UK
Ÿ Steve Norgrove, Assistant Director, Sustainable Development Directorate, Department of Trade and Industry
Ÿ Dirk Hazell, Chief Executive, Environmental Services Association
Ÿ Dr A Michael Warhurst, Senior Waste and Resource Campaigner, Friends of the Earth
Ÿ Roger Mottram, Group Environmental Affairs Manager, Ineos ChlorVinyls
Ÿ Gary Parker, Head of Sustainability, Ciba Specialty Chemicals
Ÿ Ben Diggins, Environment Engineer, Ford

Interactive Conference Format

Ÿ Innovation Brainstorm: What practical methods and techniques exist for minimising waste?
Ÿ Demonstration Gallery: Examining novel techniques to locate options for dealing with waste in the future
Ÿ Dual Legislation Perspective: Exploring how EU legislation connects to and impacts on the UK political arena
Ÿ Panel Debate: What is the best way to handle waste?

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Additional Information Private Sector Early Bird (Book before 04/05/06) £499 (+ VAT 586.33) Private Sector (Book after 04/05/06) £599 (+ VAT £703.83) Public Sector Early Bird (Book before 04/05/06) £399 (+ VAT £468.83) Public Sector (Book after 04/05/06) £499 (+ VAT £586.33)