Derby: Closed Loop Recycling In Business
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Derby: Closed Loop Recycling In Business

When: Tuesday, 17 December 2019
09:30 – 11:00 GMT
Where: University of Derby
Kedleston Road
Derby DE22 1GB
United Kingdom

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Rolls Royce use over 20,000 tonnes of high value metal alloys each year, equivalent to two and a half Eiffel Towers. That's why they work to reuse as much metal as they can through a closed-loop recycling programme.

At this event we will explore what is involved in a closed loop system in a business, looking specifically at the experience of Rolls Royce. This is the perfect opportunity for environmental professionals who are interested in this topic to learn more about closed loop systems.

Find out more about what Rolls Royce and others have been doing in this field and network with fellow professionals and peers. There will be complimentary refreshments provided, including vegan options.

Speakers include:

Sian Davies-Vollum from the University of Derby, who will give an introduction not the environmental and sustainability work there.

Matthew Payne from Rolls Royce will further explain the work which they have been doing with closed loops there.

We look forward to seeing you there!

* This is recognised as 1.5 hours of IEMA CPD.


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