The conference plenary sessions will be on: Contaminated land - policy and practice; Waste - national strategy and its implications for business; The Water framework Directive; and Biodiversity, a strategic view and key issue for business.
There will also be a full programme of workshops on: EMS and Auditing, EIA and SEA, and a range of other topics, including continuing professional development, environmental reporting, Corporate Social Responsibility, HS&E - making the links, sustainability in the food industry - for consumers and suppliers, bridging the industry - university gap, and Life cycle management
Other highlights include: The student essay awards, Fellow Membership awards, an Evening dinner, a guided tour of the Botanical Gardens and an exhibition.
The event will be Carbon Neutral.
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