RWM 2019 WAS RECORD-BREAKING - Look at the show highlights here!

16 & 17 SEPT 2020

NEC, BIRMINGHAM

The UK's Largest Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition

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Exhibit

16 & 17 SEPT 2020 - NEC, BIRMINGHAM

Free Tickets

Ecolo: Sponsors of the Energy from Waste Theatre

RWM Theatre 7: Sponsored By Ecolo

About Sponsors

For over 40 years, Ecolo has been an industry leader in innovative and environmentally-friendly odor control. Ecolo proudly offers the industry’s most comprehensive line of proprietary formulations and odor control systems including pneumatic delivery systems, vapor delivery systems and portable oscillating vapor cannons. Our ISO certified facility, trusted by distributors worldwide, produces solutions for air atomization, waterless vapor, and biochemical additives that eliminate odors at their source.

    • Wednesday

      speaker

      11.00 - 11.30

      Pamela Lloyd

      The benefits of segregating & recycling food waste

      ST Green Power is one of the largest Food Waste recyclers in the UK; recycling over a quarter of all household food waste currently collected (via over 50 local authority recycling contacts) and servicing many waste collection, food manufacturing and retail businesses. Pamela will explore the benefits of recycling food waste via Anaerobic Digestion vs. alternative routes, helping you understand and build a business case for segregation/recycling of your waste.

      speaker

      11.45 - 12.15

      Morgan Lynch

      Growing your business without growing your costs

      How to better use your current resources to grow your business. Leveraging current staffing and vehicles to support additional growth. This seminar will look at some approaches to using new technology to encourage and support business growth without incurring a corresponding increase in costs.

      speaker

      12.30 - 13.00

      Phillip Piddington

      Global Challenges for Recycling

      Waste management and recycling are global concerns. With some areas in the world ahead of others in setting the future for the industry and making the circular economy a reality. We must continue to educate and spread awareness of the importance of separating organics from materials such as plastics and metals. Simply keeping these materials separated, the world will have more organised waste streams to repurpose and reuse.

      speaker

      14.00 - 14.30

      Peter Badham

      Measuring odour pollution as it happens: a case study.

      A look into automated odour sampling at remote locations and investigating odour pollution as it occurs. Focusing on controlling and resolving nuisance complaints in a timely and accurate manner with the help of cutting-edge sampling equipment.

      speaker

      14.45 - 15.15

      Dan Robinson

      Future Food Waste: Reusing unavoidable food waste & packaging and feeding Anaerobic Digestion

      Sharing details of multiple live projects, Dan will show how a new generation of aerobic digesters are helping businesses to close the gap when dealing with food waste, composting packaging, helping anaerobic digestion plants work more efficiently and capture carbon that would have contributed to climate change. Combining on-site food digestion with other green technology is helping large sites to reduce their carbon footprint and save money, proving green solutions needn’t cost the earth…

      speaker

      15.30 - 16.00

      Livvy Drake

      Understanding Human Motivations and Barriers to Reuse and Recycling

      Did you know that the human motivations to recycle and reuse are different? Behaviour change is a real buzz word around waste but in order to create change we need to understand the behavioural psychology behind human actions. Spoiler alert we are not rationale! Join this talk for insights into the key behavioural factors that influence people’s engagement with reuse, reduce and recycle behaviour and how to activate them.