Waste Stories 18/2/2019


The Healthcare Waste and Resources Research Group

1. The BEIS Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator (IEEA)

Do you have an energy reduction technology concept that is ready to be demonstrated in industry?

Are you from a forward-thinking industrial site that could be interested in demonstrating an innovative new technology that will reduce your energy costs?

If the answer to either of these is yes, then the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s £9.2 million Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator (IEEA) could be of interest to you.

For more information click here

2. Workshop on circular economy and sustainable procurement models

The Group will be hosting an interactive half-day workshop on the utilisation of circular economy and sustainable procurement models on Wednesday 10 April 2019. It will outline case studies of strategies to save monies and other resources. The event will be held at Heatherwood Hospital. 

To book, click here

3. Tackling mental health issues in the workplace

Ricardo webinar: Chris Scott will talk about identifying a need to raise awareness of mental health issues in the workplace, particularly as people may be suffering in silence with stress related mental health issues.

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4. Working with ionising radiation? Notify, register or get consent

In January 2018 the regulations for ionising radiation changed and the Ionising Radiation Regulations 2017 came into force. These regulations require employers to apply to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) before they start certain work with ionising radiation. If your business uses radiation and has not notified HSE you should do so as soon as possible as use of radiation without a current declaration is breaking the law

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5. Slough Borough Council FN Invitation to Tender for the Supply and Disposal of Waste syringes (Needle Exchange programme)

Slough Borough Council is looking to tender for a Needle Exchange Supplies and Waste Collection and Disposal Services.

Contact name: Frederick Narmh (SBC)


51 Bath Road
United Kingdom

Telephone: 01753 875683

Email: frederick.narmh@slough.gov.uk

Information on how to bid can be found here



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