Don't waste your bottom line!
Attend one of our free* workshops to instantly improve your profitability and gain a competitive edge to win more business. A single morning session will demonstrate how a smarter approach to waste management can increase your chances of success.
What will you learn?
- How to measure to manage
- Considerations for ‘swapping-out’ materials
- Effective communication to ensure the whole team is ‘on-board’
- Techniques to apply at various stages of the build process
- The consequences of decisions and actions
What will you gain?
- Increased profit – cutting waste improves your bottom line
- New business – increasing your competitiveness and demonstrating best practice in waste management will secure your place in the supply chain
Who should attend?
Influencers who can stimulate change in waste management and minimisation practices
When? From 09:00 to 12:30
21st March – Brighton, Sussex 24th March – Abingdon, Oxford
28th March – Basingstoke, Hants 30th March – Maidstone, Kent
The cost of waste is often under-estimated, adding up to 10 times the original cost of removal. Most of this material could be reused, recycled or have the energy recovered from it instead. Sign up for one of our free* workshops today to find out how.
Email Nick@secbe.org.uk to book your place or call 0118 920 7200 for further information.
Places will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis.
*Free for companies with less than 250 employees (or less than £43 million turnover) based in the South East i.e. Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Funded by ERDF. SEEDA manages the South East ERDF Competitiveness Programme 2007-13 on behalf of the region. The ERDF has allocated £15.2 million (€23.706) to the South East over the period 2007-13. The total value of the programme is €47.412m (£30.4m) running from 2007 to 2013. The aim of programme is to promote competitiveness and sustainability to stimulate innovation and encourage efficient business practice whilst reducing the region’s ecological footprint.
Training workshop and launch: CL:AIRE Definition of Waste V 2
Wednesday 30th March 2011
University of London, Docklands Campus, University Way, London E16 2RD
This free half-day event will provide training for those involved in the development industry who want a greater understanding of the Definition of Waste: Code of Practice (CoP) and how it might be applied to future projects. The CoP provides a streamlined process which enables the legitimate re-use of excavated materials on site or their movement between sites. Case studies will be presented showing significant cost savings and other benefits. An overview of the extended scope of CoP version 2 will also be given and there will be an opportunity for questions and answer sessions with all the presenters.