1. CIWM course on hazardous waste regulations
As of 5 July 2018, a new EU regulation implements changes for hazardous waste, including criteria for ozone depleting substances and the summation equations for acute and chronic aquatic hazards, along with wastes containing heavy metals. Changes to HP 14 ecotoxicity may well impact how your waste is classified.
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2. Vacancy for Health Emergency Officer with the WHO
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3. 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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4. NHS Confederations events on sustainability and health
They are free for NHS, public health, social care and other related public sector organisations.
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5. Aqua Fund
The AquaFund is designed to support UK-based private and public sector organisations in establishing greater efficiencies in their water consumption and to help realise significant water savings. The AquaFund provides the financial assistance, resources and expertise necessary to reduce water usage and save costs, including the following:
- Site surveys.
- Installation and maintenance of water saving equipment.
- Validation of water bills via Water Bureau Service.
- Legal and admin resources to optimise tariffs.
- Investigation of water consumption anomalies and potential leaks.
- Monthly reports for in-depth visibility on water usage and tangible improvements.
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