RWM DIGITAL SPOTLIGHT
The RWM Digital Spotlight series focuses on a range of specific subjects in the industry, bringing you bite-sized LIVE seminars of 15-20 minutes from expert speakers.
We package these together to provide learning and answer key questions or challenges facing the sector, in just a few hours.
UPCOMING DIGITAL SPOTLIGHT
PREVIOUS DIGITAL SPOTLIGHT
► Streamed: Wednesday 21 July 2021
Digital innovation is transforming industries; the resource and waste management sector is no exception. Digital tools such as robotics, AI, data collection and analytics offer the potential to increase our sector’s productivity.
This RWM Spotlight focused on Digital Transformation in our sector and how organisations can take advantage of digital technologies to participate in the development of a more circular economy.
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
Energy from Waste
► Streamed: Wednesday 7th April 2021
This session gives an overview of the current technologies used in Energy from Waste, Direct Combustion, Gasification, Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas, as well as covering the latest technological innovations in the Energy from Waste industry, address the regulatory updates for EfW including the role of RDF export markets, discuss CO2 Capture in the Energy from Waste Sector and examine the future of EfW on our road to Net Zero.
► Streamed: Wednesday 25th November 2020
As the resource and waste management sector continues to adopt digital technologies, this spotlight looks at how organisations should evaluate a growing range of supporting technologies and services to maximise the efficiency of resource management.
Decarbonising the Waste Fleet
► Streamed: Wednesday 16th September 2020
As local authorities look to tackle emissions and air pollution, attention has turned to the waste collection rounds still reliant on refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) that are powered by diesel-fuelled engines. It is a well-known fact that alternatives to the traditional diesel RCVs are going to be a considerable piece of this jigsaw.