As revealed last week, the Government is consulting on making the MRF Code of Practice compulsory.
Find out more about what this will involve at the Achieving High Quality and High Value Recycling conference and networking event at Warwick racecourse on 21 March.
David Sher from the ESA will be speaking on the MRF Code of Practice. As the ESA developed it, this is an opportunity not to miss.
The Government also said that it will look to ensure material is of high quality, and the rest of our speakers are experts in this field. Find out more from:
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.