DAY TWO 

PROGRAMME

SESSION ONE: WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS
09.45 - 11.00 COMMUNICATIONS (REPEATED)
                      Chris Dessent, Managing Director, Creative Concern 
  • Showcasing an engaging methodology for coming up with new creative ideas in a short space of time. 

  • Demonstrating how to harness the creativity of your team and how to channel this creativity to find new ways of looking at old problems. 

  • Run the session using our Creative Lab framework which is a fast, fun and engaging way to develop innovative ideas to win hearts and minds. 

  • Everyone will be involved, everyone will contribute and everyone will be part of the creative process.

09.45 -11.00  WASTE MINIMISATION
Waste Nothing Challenge
                       Gwen Frost, Head of Innovation and Sustainaiblity, Bristol Waste Company
  • How we got engagement with our residents and partner organisations 

  • What the campaign journey looked like 

  • Results so far 

Diverting a tonne of food from the waste stream through community fridges
     Emma Stuart, Waste Prevention Project Manager, Worcestershire Council 
  • Why we set them up

  • How we set them up (perils, pitfalls, challenges) 

  • How they are working (including total amount of food diverted).

09.45 -11.00 FOOD WASTE
Tackling Dorset’s household food waste
                       Martin Gregory, Recyclnig team Leader, Dorset Council 
  • Communications (Dorset Does – social normalisation, website, leaflets, social media, radio, talks, roadshows) 

  • Communals (introducing aperture lids for food bins plus comms)

  • Recent trials (caddy liner trials – free / subsidised), door stepping, food prevention)

09.45 - 11.00 COMMERCIAL WASTE 
Encouraging the “hard-to-reach” independent food SMEs to separate their food
     Greg Hutton-Squire, Commercial Waste Manager, Greater Cambridge Shared Waste
  • Recognising the barriers – on both sides

  • Engaging the customer & their staff

  • Making it worth their while (time)

09.45 - 11.00 WDA WORKSHOP 
            
09.45 - 11.00 FLATS RECYCLING 
      Erica Manfroi, Project Delivery Manager, The City of Edinburgh Council
  • Background: current recycling and non-recycling services to flatted properties

  • Challenges to improve recycling services and enhance service reliability and street scape: i.e. public perception, competition for street space, on street bins visual impact, parking restrictions, public behaviour, trade abuse, transient population

  • How to turns challenges to opportunities – the  Edinburgh Communal Bin Review project

11.00           BRUNCH AND NETWORKING 
SESSION TWO: WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS
11.30 - 12.45 COMMUNICATIONS (REPEATED)
                        Chris Dessent, Managing Director, Creative Concern 
  • Showcasing an engaging methodology for coming up with new creative ideas in a short space of time. 

  • Demonstrating how to harness the creativity of your team and how to channel this creativity to find new ways of looking at old problems. 

  • Run the session using our Creative Lab framework which is a fast, fun and engaging way to develop innovative ideas to win hearts and minds. 

  • Everyone will be involved, everyone will contribute and everyone will be part of the creative process.

11.30 - 12.45 HEALTH AND SAFETY
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11.30- 12.45 TEXTILES: LOVE YOUR CLOTHES

     Debbie Slater Recycling and Collections Advisor, WRAP, 

     Julia Bragg, Recycling and Collections Advisor, WRAP, 

    Stephanie Campbell, Consumer Campaigns, Recycling Now  

Are textiles costing your Council money?  How big is the problem of textile disposal in your waste stream?  Are textiles contaminating your recycling collections? Learn how you and your residents can Love Your Clothes.  Find out about clever uses for baby powder, lemons and vodka in our fun and interactive workshop:

  • Why quality, lasting longer and passing it on counts 

  • Blood, sweat and lipstick: game-changing tips to tackle the most stubborn of stains

  • Save money and time with tried and tested communications

11.30 - 12.45 RAMPING UP REUSE
     Speaker names to be confirmed from FCC Environment and Local Authority 
  • Reuse in the waste hierarchy

  • What changes the Resource and Waste Strategy will bring to the sector and how FCC has tackled this opportunity

  • Deliver a talk about how they went about the shop opening, the results and challenges

  • Deliver a talk about how they go about maintaining footfall, the results and challenges

11.30 - 12.45 TECH AND DATA 
     Steve Hooley, Co-founder and Director, Resource Efficient Data 
            
11.30 - 12.45 XXXX
   
12.45           LUNCH AND NETWORKING 
SESSION THREE: MATERIALS: WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS
   13.30           PLASTICS
   13.45           PAPER/CARD
   14.00           TERRACYCLE 
   14.15          QUESTION & ANSWER
   14.30          CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
         
    14.50        CHAIR'S CLOSING REMARKS

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