Pollution: Reducing your Environmental Impact – 4/12/19
9:30 – 14:00
Mile End Business Park
Meres & Mosses Business Environment Network
Regardless of the types of operations of your business, you will no doubt be polluting the environment but ensuring good environmental practices can be good for business from avoiding staff sickness to reducing legal and financial risks, the benefits are endless.
As always, this event will provide a relaxed networking opportunity, and a tasty lunch. Please feel free to forward this invitation on to your colleagues or business contacts who you feel might be interested in this event.
Presenters at this event will include Guy Pluckwell, Catchment Coordinator with the Environment Agency delivering how to protect the water environment through site pollution prevention management. Guy will also provide working examples of catchment management with some based on MMBEN member locations. Don’t miss out.
We are also looking for one more member willing to showcase their approach to combating pollution. If you would like to be considered please contact Craig Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
09:30 – 10:00: Registration, exhibition and networking
10:00 – 10:10: Gareth Lay – MMBEN Vice Chair: Introduction
10:10 – 10:40: Guy Pluckwell – Catchment Co-ordinator, The Environment Agency: How to protect the water environment
10:40 – 11:10: Speaker TBC
11:10 – 11:40: Coffee and networking
11:40 – 12:00: Jemma Southall – Office Manager, Jelf/Marsh Commercial: The right cover for the right level of risk
12:00 – 12:20: Robin Mager – Planning & Data Officer, Shropshire Wildlife Trust: The Climate Crisis – Reducing your impact
12:20 – 12:30: Closing comments
12:30 – 14:00: Lunch, networking & site tours (booking required – maximum 10 per group*)
* we are pleased that two tours will be on offer:
Jane Pritchard, Aico – Community Liaison will give a small group a tour of their new office space, auditorium, warehouse facilities and centre of excellence state-of-the art training, meeting and demonstration facilities.
Tim Farrow from Lingard Farrow Styles will conduct a tour around the site’s grounds to view work they have completed on the new landscape scheme, all-year water feature providing a natural wildlife habitat and a ‘trim trail’ for staff and visitors to enjoy recreation and exercise.
These tours will be limited to 10 people and take place simultaneously around 1 pm for 30 minutes, therefore please indicate your preference when booking with us.