Cornwall’s waste system tour and policy landscape discussion with Suez
October 22 @ 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
Increasingly greater attention is being paid to waste management, and pro-active organizations are seeing the benefits of establishing a waste reduction program. Reducing commercial waste and effectively utilising ‘waste’ resources provides significant potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving our use of natural resources, as well as cutting costs associated with waste disposal.
Hosted by Tevi alongside Suez, this session will provide participants with the opportunity to hear how waste is managed across Cornwall, with a particular focus on the mixed recycling and energy from waste facilities. Following this online tour, Suez will share commercial waste best practice, and upcoming changes to the waste policy landscape.
- 1.30pm Welcome and introductions, Amanda Goodwin (Tevi)
- 1.45pm Cornwall’s waste management infrastructure, Natalie Chard (Suez)
- 2.15pm Commercial waste opportunities and policy, Nick Tandy (Suez)
- 2.45pm Close
About the speakers
Suez Cornwall manages the days to day operation and maintenance of Cornwall’s mixed recycling and energy from waste facilities under a 30-year contract. Working in partnership with Cornwall Council and others, Suez is bringing an innovative solution to the management of waste. New investment and services mean we can boost recycling, composting and re-use and reduce the amount of waste we send to landfill.
Tevi is an ERDF-funded programme supporting Cornish SMEs to grow whist contributing to Cornwall’s environmental growth priorities and circular economy transition. Tevi currently supports over 300 enterprises through bespoke consultancy services, challenge networks and a grant scheme. Tevi is delivered by the University of Exeter in partnership with Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Council and Cornwall Development Company.
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