The Association for Organics Recycling (AfOR) is delighted to announce the second interactive health and safety open day following on from last year's successful event at Eco Sustainable Solutions in Bournemouth.
This event combines guidance from industry experts with a practical demonstration of how this knowledge can be put into action on a working site, and will focus the mind of delegates on the most pressing issues facing our industry.
This year the event will consist of a half-day conference, taking place at Hampstead House in Sittingbourne, Kent followed by a site visit to Countrystyle's Ridham resource recovery facility.
As a founding member of the Waste Industry Safety and Health (WISH) group, AfOR is committed to reducing the number of accidents within the organics recycling sector. This event is targeted at providing both organic and waste processors with practical guidance on health and safety best practice.
Countrystyle's Ridham Site
The resource recovery facility at Ridham handles 155,000 tonnes of inputs, 45,000 tonnes of which go through the in-vessel composting facility with the remainder consisting primarily of wood and plasterboard waste. The site is also permitted to act as a Waste Transfer Station.
Delegates will be shown:
Who should attend?
Association for Organics Recycling Members: £100 + VAT
Standard fee: £135 + VAT
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