How can Waste Management and Recovery Play a Greater Role in the Circular Economy Metrics of Reuse, Recycle, Reduce?

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Waste management is a challenge that we can definitively no longer ignore. Join us to see how waste management and recovery can become an integrated part of our economy. Discover some of today’s solutions to Reuse, Recycle or Reduce and how those can be adopted as best practices by all. Join this Waste Management and Recovery event co-organised by Cambridge Cleantech, Oxfordshire Greentech and the British Antarctic Survey.

The event is free to Cambridge Cleantech/Oxfordshire Greentech members and £29 for non-members. Registration for the event is open through Eventbrite HERE.

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16:00 Registration and Refreshments

16:15 Introduction – Martin Garratt,CEO, Cambridge Cleantech

16:20 Welcome, Innovation and BAS – Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley, Director, Innovation & Impact, BAS, Matthew Polaine, Innovation Manager, BAS, Rachel Clarke, Head of Environment Office, BAS

16:30 A Circular Economy Programme for Cambridge – Richard Hales, Sustainability Manager, Addenbrooke’s

16:45 The Future is Now; Exemplars of Best Practice from Kamikatsu, to Tech-Takeback Pop-Ups and DrResources – David Greenfield, Managing Director, SOcial, ENvironmental & EConomic Solutions (SOENECS) Ltd

17:00 Deriving local energy from local waste – Nick Palmer, Sales & Marketing Director, Pyrocore Ltd.

17:15 SME Solutions Provider Elevator Pitches:

Recovery: Enval – Speaker name TBC, Enval

Reduce: Cambond – Dr Gareth Roberts, Business Director, Cambond,

Re-use: Biobean – Matt Keniston,Head of Waste Coffee Recycling, Biobean

Sustainable: BeeBee Wraps – Kath Austin, CEO and Founder, BeeBee Wraps

17:55 The Sustainable Economic Gains of Behaviour Change in Waste Management – Steve Bates, Director, EnviroComms

18.10 Q&A – Hosts & Speakers

18:25 Networking

19:00 Close

Questions related to this event are directed to Cambridge Cleantech through the Eventbrite Page.