The Big Green Conference 2017
More than a Conference – it’s a real learning experience and an opportunity to take a new way of thinking back to your organisation.
Future-Proof your Business – Prepare for Growth.
We have brought together a dynamic group of experts from different backgrounds and sectors. Carefully chosen to enable us to provide you with a valuable, well-rounded day. A day that will introduce thought leaders, policymakers and innovators to our exclusive group of delegates.
Don’t miss this opportunity!
- Take time to work ON your business, not IN your business and it will pay dividends.
- Stay up to date with what customers and staff expect in the 21st century.
- To become a more attractive supplier and employer.
- Take something away to introduce into your organisation and improve your processes.
- Learn ways to reduce the cost of running your organisation.
- Cabaret style seating enables you to meet like-minded professionals.
- Increase your business network.
- A look at a new career field.
- Meet the experts.
- IEMA members will earn CPD Points.
- Non-IEMA members will achieve a 15% discount to join when registering for this event.
Who should attend?
- Business owner looking to make cost reductions
- Tender operatives
- Facilities Managers
- Waste professionals
- Environmental and Sustainability Managers
- In charge of legislation
Each attendee will have the opportunity to WIN a UK manufactured FreeGo Electric Bike!
We are delighted that Adam Woodhall will be more than adequately filling the shoes of our MC role this year. Adam is not only a great character, he is also passionate about sustainability and social awareness.
“Why events like this are important is the reason why I combine my passion for a flourishing economy and planet with my skills as a speaker and MC to inspire sustainability. Every organisation can operate more efficiently in the way they use materials, energy and waste. By embracing resource-efficient ways of working they can streamline their processes, significantly reduce their costs and become a more attractive supplier and employer.” Adam Woodhall.
Date/Time April 27th, 2017 9.30am to 4.30pm
Booking deadline March 31st 2017
Venue Robin Smith Suite, Ageas Bowl (Eastleigh – Southampton), home of Hampshire Cricket SO30 3HX
IEMA Member? This event counts towards your CPD credits.
Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Author of The Circular Economy – A Wealth of Flows, Ken is a major contributor to the development and communication of the ideas surrounding the circular economy. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation was established in 2010 with the aim of accelerating the transition to a circular economy, working with global business, government and academia to build a framework that is restorative and regenerative by design.
Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment – IEMA
Integrating the Circular Economy in organisations, based on Josh’ experiences developing the forthcoming standard BS8001, due to launch in May. Josh will also share how the CE agenda can be progressed by those organisations operating an ISO14001 compliant EMS. This speaker counts towards your IEMA CPD credits.
Sustainable Procurement Limited
Philip has provided support on public and private contracts valued in excess of £3 billion, trained hundreds of procurers and suppliers and developed tools and guidance used by clients.
Procurement is an important enabling mechanism to achieve an organisation’s intended outcomes.
Eastleigh Borough Council
Jason steers their ambitions of the environment portfolio tackling issues such as air quality, sustainable transport, parking, waste management, energy, biodiversity, environmental compliance and other aspects of sustainability. He will discuss tackling waste by taking a different approach to what comes into your facility.
Full speaker line-up, free parking, refreshments and lunch just £125.00 plus VAT per delegate.
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VOUCHER CODE? If you have been given a voucher code please quote at the time of booking.
9.00am Arrival – Tea/Coffee / Networking with attendees
9.40am Karl Wilson – Clean Energy UK and The Big Clean Switch.
10.00am Ken Webster – Head of Innovation, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
10.45am Philip Dudell – Managing Director, Sustainable Procurement Limited
11.30am 15 minute break
11.45pm Josh Fothergill – Policy Lead, IEMA
12.30pm Jason Light – Strategy Lead, Environment at Eastleigh Borough Council
2.15pm Jonathan Lodge – City Farm Systems
2.45pm Steve Mason – Managing Director, Pearce Compaction Limited
3.15pm Announce shortly
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