1. The Welsh Business Awards 2017 (closing date: 8 December, 2017)
The Welsh Business Awards aim to recognise the very best from businesses across Wales. Businesses, whether small, medium or large, all play a fundamental role in driving the Welsh economy forward. These awards will celebrate success, excellence in best practice and the contribution Welsh businesses make to the wider community.
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2. Government funding for energy efficiency in hospitals
£200m capital fund for hospitals to fund energy efficiency and technology announced in budget.
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4. Half day workshop on remanufacturing/repair/reuse and single use in the healthcare sector
This half-day workshop which is sponsored by Grundon Waste Management Ltd, will focus on the remanufacturing/repair/reuse of bulky items, as well as the effective management of single use items in healthcare facilities. There will be short presentations from Alan Armstrong from Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, and Karl Sheehan from Sharpsmart. Following the presentations, there will be the opportunity for discussion and the sharing of information. These discussions will be facilitated by Anne Woolridge and Maria Mahon. A light lunch will be served at the end.
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5. Systems change thinking – creating value from unavoidable food supply chain wastes (16 January, 2018)
This is a free, one-day, event for all stakeholders interested in understanding the chemical and environmental benefits of utilising unavoidable food supply chain wastes.
Poster presentations are open for submission. The deadline for poster abstract submission is 10th December 2017. Please download the abstract template form and submit your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is being hosted by the Universities of Loughborough, Nottingham and York.
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