9th December 2015
Think Tank Museum, Birmingham
As public awareness of the potential risks associated with bio-aerosols continues to grow and intolerance of odours from biowaste sites escalate, the Organics Recycling Group, in conjunction with the Environment Agency, has organised this one day conference targeted at biowaste and residual waste processors, regulators and those who monitor and assess bio-aerosol and odour emissions from biowaste management facilities.
The profile of bioaerosols, both from a public perception and at an occupational level has risen significantly in recent years. This seminar will inform delegates about the regulators' perspective, from science through to policy and what can be done at an operational level to minimise emissions.
Odour management and regulation continues to prove to be a contentious and highly emotive issue for the sector. This seminar will provide both practical guidance on measures to mitigate unwanted emissions and also hear from the regulator what they are seeking in regards to proactive site management.
Sessions will outline the potential health risks associated with biowaste management facilities and implications for regulation, followed by practical guidance to operators on how to mitigate the risks to those who work on site and the wider community.
At a time of tighter regulation and additional directives from Europe such as the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED), this event will provide delegates with the most recent information available on this sensitive topic. It will provide plenty of opportunity for networking, and time for question and answer sessions, as well as finding out more about exhibitors' products and services available to operators to assist them in mitigating the risk of producing unacceptable levels of site emissions.
Given the emphasis being placed on this currently, you cannot afford to miss this event. Book your place today.
Full programme and booking details HERE
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