1. EU healthcare waste management project survey
Below is a questionnaire and informational leaflet on the EU HCWM project “Developing an EU standardised approach to Vocational Qualifications in Healthcare Waste Management”. The information leaflet will explain in more detail about the project being undertaken. Could completed questionnaires please be sent to Scott Crossett by the 30th November 2014. Scott’s e-mail address is: email@example.com
Scott will circulate the comparison report before the end of this year.
2.Incentivising the uptake of reusable nappies
There’s little doubt that in environmental terms, reusable nappies are better than disposable ones. For local councils, preventing the waste arising from disposable nappies saves around £100 per baby. But there’s an up-front cost for parents who buy towelling nappies; and then there’s all that washing…. So how can parents be incentivised to make the environmentally better choice?
See article here: incentivising reusable nappies
3. CIWM master class in hazardous waste classification
This half day Masterclass will discuss the issues recently raised by the Environment Agency regarding misclassification of hazardous waste. Speakers from the Environment Agency and one of the CIWM Hazardous Waste trainers will clarify the issues and how the classification can be done more accurately using the most up to date sources of information. This is your opportunity to ask questions and discuss the issues.
See event details here: CIWM master class
4. Consultation responses for national waste planning policy
See document here: DCLG consultation responses document
5. UKTI support opportunities for business growth
Exporting needn’t be difficult. It doesn’t matter which country you’re looking at, or what industry sector you are in, or what stage your business is at, UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) can help you. On average, companies earn £100k in additional sales within 18 months of working with UKTI, and the advice given by our trade experts is FREE. If you want your business to grow internationally, with UK government’s global support, tap into our expertise right now. Fill in your company’s details below and one of the UKTI team will get in touch within one working day.
Sign up here: UKTI export advisor
6. London Waste and Recycling Board’s waste infrastructure funding
The London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) has launched a new £20m fund available for waste-related projects, following the recent publication of LWARB’s investment framework 2015-2020. The new infrastructure fund offers a wide variety of investment opportunities suitable for projects at different development stages.
Read about funding here: London waste infrastructure funding