Workshops are to be held by consultancy AEA to look at the barriers of developing waste management infrastructure in London and the South East.
As part of the European Pathway to Zero Waste programme, AEA has been working with the Environment Agency to look at how to overcome barriers to developing infrastructure.
From 1 May until 5 July 2012, AEA are hosting workshops across London and the South East to help prepare a report on the issues for the Environment Agency and WRAP.
AEA are keen to hear from planners, representatives from the investment community, waste management contractors, local authority officers, policy makers and representatives of waste producers. Thirteen of the half day meetings will be held at waste processing facilities including energy from waste plants, anaerobic digestion facilities and MRFs.
For more information visit www.aeat.com/cms/developing-waste-infrastructure