WRAP have launched a Cost benefit analysis tool for food waste collections. Designed specially for food waste collectors and processors working jointly, the new Cost Benefit Analysis tool can help weigh up the costs and associated benefits of implementing proven intervention measures, based on the specifics of local arrangements.
Laverstoke Park operated a state of the art composting site in North Hampshire. They have an opportunity for an experienced hands-on site manager for their fully licensed composting site which is permitted to process up to 75,000 tonnes of green waste per year.
An opportunity to subscribe to Biocycle, a journal dedicated to organics recycling. Published 11 times a year, each issue is filled with how-to articles, case studies, research reports, equipment and systems evaluations, and insights.
The EA have updated their position on Fire Prevention Plans and biowaste treatment sites.
ORG is a REA sector group
Member Affinity Schemes
In an ongoing effort to bring additional value to our members and enable their success, we have a range of specially negotiated discounts on business products and services with a selected range of partnerships.
Manchester - Tuesday 11th April 2017, 10:00 - 16:00
Is your PAS100 training up to date? The Organics Recycling Group is running a one day course focused on the PAS 100 and REAL Compost Certification Scheme. The course is targeted at the composter’s personnel who are involved in the establishment implementaion, maintenance and improvement of the PAS 100 quality management system.
Staff best suited to attend this course include those who are:
responsible for monitoring and controlling the composting process;
responsible for product preparation;
responsible for dispatching/selling the compost product/s;
who has the overall responsibility of the PAS 100 QMS;
site operatives who carry out inspections on the input material deliveries.
In addition, the course is also open to anyone else who is interested in understanding the detailed requirements of PAS 100 and REAL Compost Certification Scheme.
The course contents will include:
Intro, drivers, end of waste, importance of fit for purpose, intro to Compost Quality Protocol.
The principles of PAS 100
Baseline minimum and customer requirements
Quality management system
Dealing with non-conforming batches
Hazard recognition and minimisation, setting critical control points and critical limits
Sampling and lab analysis
What to do in the event of test failure
Compost quality protocol
Storage, Labelling and dispatch
How the certification scheme works
CCS scheme rules
REA/REAL Members - £195 + VAT Non REA/REAL Members - £250 + VAT
Book your place HERE. For any clarification on the technical content of the course, please contact Jenny Grant