If you need to know more about getting the most value out of the waste stream, or more on the MRF Code of Practice, why not attend the Achieving High Quality and High Value Recycling conference on 21 March?
With the Government considering making the MRF Code of Practice compulsory, this is an ideal opportunity to find out more on what it involves from David Sher, head of policy at the Environmental Services Association.
Our other speakers include:
Bill Griffiths, national recycling manager, Viridor on how to monitor output from a MRF
Steve Creed, director Wales and new programmes at WRAP on its programmes to improve quality and increase the value extracted from the waste stream
Ranjit Baxi, managing director, J&H Sales International on what the quality expectations of the export market are
Chris Dow, managing director, Closed Loop Recycling on the quality needs of domestic recyclers
and Kevin Thomas, director – MRF operations at Casepak on how to build a MRF designed for quality material output.
This event is a half-day conference followed by half-day networking at the race meeting at Warwick Racecourse. Attend for just £299+VAT.