No Time To Waste: The Future of Organics – 22/10/19

Date

22 October 2019

Time

10:00 – 14:00 with refreshments available at lunch time

Location

Severn Trent Centre, 2 St John’s Street, Coventry, CV1 2LZ

Organisers

Sustainability West Midlands in partnership with Severn Trent Green Power

The Event

This event will be the second of the year that we are coordinating for our networksmembers and those keen to learn more. The theme – food waste!

We’ve partnered with Severn Trent Green Power to deliver an event that will explore the world of waste, with a particular focus on organic waste from a local authority perspective. We’ll be inviting a range of speakers from Government and industry to discuss the latest information on how waste and sustainability come together. WRAP will present on the support available to local authorities. We’ll be looking at the Resources and Waste Strategy and considering how this will affect your local authority.

Audience

This event is free to attend for public sector delegates including those from local authorities and the NHS. If you are from the private sector please contact us to discuss your attendance.

Agenda

On the day we will be hearing from the following speakers:

  • Sustainability West Midlands
  • Severn Trent
  • Chris Mills from the Waste and Resources Action Partnership
  • Viktoryia Nestserava from the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association
  • Nik Spencer at MyHERU
  • Maria Warner from Oxford City
  • Jennie Probert from Three Rivers District Council

See the full agenda below.

Agenda

Sponsorship Opportunities

We are very excited to have an  Innovation Zone at this event. This is an opportunity to present your product or service to an audience of local authority waste managers. However, there are only five opportunities available, so if you’re interested there is ‘No Time To Waste’…

More information here.

Booking and more information

Register your attendance here!

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