This is where you will find our Keynote Speaker Sessions and free Workshop programme.
To be held 12th October 2017 between 9.30am to 4.30pm, Hilton Ageas Bowl – Eastleigh.
2017 Keynote Speakers
Martin Baxter – Executive Director of Policy
Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA)
We are delighted to announce Martin Baxter as keynote speaker at our 2017 Expo. Martin is a highly competent and experienced environment and sustainability executive. A strategic thinker with the capability to lead and influence others. National and international experience in developing and negotiating global and European standards, and developing capacity for effective and widespread implementation.
Experience of communicating at all levels – including with senior parliamentarians, Government officials, business leaders, academia. An acknowledged expert on environmental management, regular spokesperson on a range of business environment topic areas. Self-motivated and focused on making a strategic difference.
Stuart Hayward-Higham – Technical Development Director
Suez Recycling and Recovery UK
We are delighted to have some as high profile in the sector as Stuart Hayward-Higham. Stuart is currently responsible for non-bidding emerging development activities in SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, delivering tools, techniques and information to meet customers’ business imperatives. This includes delivering new solutions or making successful niche activities mainstream through to market intelligence, market modelling and forecasting. In addition to his SUEZ duties Stuart is a director for Recoup (plastics recycling charity) and the Anaerobic Digestion and Bio-resources Association and is the UK senior management representative for SUEZ UK with Terracycle UK. Further he has provided expert advice to the EU on relevant elements of the circular economy and is a H2020 expert assessor. He is chair of the Environmental Services Association (ESA) Bioresources committee and member of the ESA renewable energy committee, the Renewable Energy Association (REA) Organic recycling steering group and gasification and Pyrolysis committee. Stuart also regularly guest lectures at a number of UK universities.
Main activity themes include harnessing waste as a resource, energy and bio-fuels manufacture, sorting, extraction and value enhancement for waste mix resources and the increasing introduction of circular economy based products and solutions.
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Suzy Thompson – Sustainability Manager
We are delighted to welcome Suzy as speaker for the 2017 Expo. Suzy’s work is supporting and delivering the sustainability commitments and programmes for top sporting teams and events, including America’s Cup – Land Rover BAR, Ryder Cup 2014, European Tour, London 2012. Exciting and innovative, her work is delivering real changes and creating new standards for sport and sustainability. Suzy’s practical approach, whether strategic plans or action plans enables those projects, plans, programmes to be developed in such a way that they are delivered within environmental limits. She has been able to help clients to save money that can be reinvested into the sport whether it be an event, venue, team or national governing body as well as raise their profile, gaining sponsorship or simply giving staff and team members a feel good that they are doing the right thing. Suzy’s specialities include sustainability in sport and recreation, environment management, environmental impact assessment, energy conservation, public awareness and engagement, event management, water resources management, marine and coastal management, marine protected area management, harbour management.
We are currently working on the 2017 keynote speakers.
Please drop us a line with your details and we will send you alerts as each speaker is booked.
“How to transition your EMS to ISO 14001:2015”
By Peter Schofield – GEP Environmental
A certified Environmental Management System (EMS) can deliver great commercial value and incorporating the new requirements of the ISO 14001:2015 need not be difficult or expensive. Peter is experienced in the design and implementation of Environmental Management Systems and has supported a number of client across a variety of sectors to transition to ISO 14001:2015, and will be explaining exactly what your organisation needs to do to meet the requirements of and become certified to the new EMS Standard.
“Adding value through effective Carbon Management”
Peter Schofield – GEP Environmental
Taking elements from the training courses GEP provide to clients covering, Carbon, GHG’s, Foot Printing, Accounting and Management, Peter will explain how to get to grips with your carbon intensity and the costs involved. With examples taken from our extensive experience of successful energy efficiency projects, we will provide guidance on assessing your premises and processes to identify cost-effective opportunities to reduce carbon emissions. Effective management of these opportunities will lead to tangible year-on- year cost reductions and other commercial benefits such as improved reputation or enhanced risk mitigation.
Information on further workshops are to follow.
If you would like to run a workshop, please contact Lynda Daniels on 01202 971 186 or email email@example.com
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment – IEMA is offering Visitors to their stand a 15% Membership discount.