7 July 2022
National Conference Centre, Solihull

 

ABOUT

The landscape for those involved in running a household waste and recycling centre has changed from just a year ago with new pressures and legislative proposals. Drawing on best practice case studies and exploring charging and booking systems, the event aims to look to the future. The National Civic Amenity Site/HWRC Conference will explore the latest guidance and advice for anyone connected to managing or operating a civic amenity site. It will also provide a great opportunity to meet colleagues from across the UK.

Tickets: 

Standard Ticket: £250 + VAT

Local Authority Ticket: £160 + VAT

 

Programme

SESSION ONE

Sector Overview

 

SESSION THREE

Material Streams

SESSION TWO

Industry Case Studies

SESSION FOUR

Panel Discussion - Future Proofing Sites

SPONSORS

Headline Sponsor

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FCC Environment is one of the UK’s leading resource and waste management businesses operating over 100 household waste recycling centres across the UK on behalf of local authorities. 

Sponsored by

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ERP UK Ltd is the UK operation for European Recycling Platform (ERP). Our aim is to build a more sustainable future by providing services which make the economy more circular.

LARAC is the leading voice for local authorities on recycling, waste and resource management with the largest membership of waste and recycling officers across the UK, representing 300+ local authorities including Collection, Disposal and Unitary Councils.

SATCoL, the largest charity textiles collector in the UK. Working with partners to reuse and recycle donated items sustainably and ethically to raise vital funds to support The Salvation Army. 

For 2022 sponsorship enquiries, please contact Commercial Manager, Geraldine Chiverton on geraldine.c@environmentmedia.co.uk

 
 

Location

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