UK Conference: Food Waste 2010

October 3rd, 2010 by Events

The Association of Organics Recycling states that food waste is a resource that can deliver valuable, clean, home-grown energy. For the food industry, efficient management of food waste can reduce costs associated with landfilling, can reduce energy costs when used to generate on-site heat and energy, and substantially improves the organisation’s CSR standing, an increasingly important element with both customers and investors.

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With an opening address and question and anwer session from Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Defra, Food Waste 2010 is designed to provide food producers and processors with practical advice, expert industry information and valuable discussion periods to enable you to develop optimum food waste strategies for your organisation. Case studies from The Savoy, The John Lewis Partnership, Adnam’s Brewery, The Somerset Waste Partnership and The Blackmore Vale Dairy provide “real-life” insights; specialised breakout sessions with a panel of experts will enable you to really explore the details and see how it can benefit your business.

Download the Conference brochure.  Recycling & Waste World allows you to book on-line.

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