3rd - 4th JULY 2019 | NEC, BIRMINGHAM, UK | Register now

13:00 – 14:30  |  WEDNESDAY, 10TH JULY



Join us on for an exclusive gathering tailored to the forefront of waste recycling. The Local Authorities Lunch is a pivotal meeting uniting local councils, anaerobic digestion plant operators, waste management companies, investors, and law firms under one roof.

Our agenda delves deep into pressing matters shaping the waste management landscape. From navigating timelines to securing funding for separate food waste collections, we’ll explore the intricate web of challenges and opportunities. Engage in insightful discussions on the complexities surrounding pre-existing long-term contracts between local councils and service providers, alongside exceptions to mandates and their implications on garden waste management.

This gathering serves as a nexus for collaboration and innovation, where stakeholders converge to exchange expertise, foster partnerships, and drive sustainable solutions forward. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be at the forefront of change in waste management.

Come to the Local Authorities Lunch. Secure your spot today and be part of the dialogue shaping the future of waste recycling!


Opening Remarks

Chris Huhne, Chair, ADBA

Implementing Successful Food Waste Collections: The Example of Fife

Alexander Anderson, Service Manager, Fife Council

Implementing household food waste collections: solutions to overcome challenges and barriers for local Councils

Mark Richmond, Chair of the ADBA Food Waste Working Group and Consultant at WRM

Questions-and-Answers and Group Discussion

what past delegates said

about the World Biogas Expo

A very useful Expo to raise the profile of the opportunities for municipal organic waste to be collected and processed in anaerobic digesters to used to heat municipal buildings and sell the surplus to the gas grid.”

David Dundas, Energy Consultant and Lichfield City Councillor

Really informative and well run. It was a great opportunity to learn about all the developments in the various corners of the biomethane market, both in the UK and on the continent. Really looking forward to coming back next year.”

Richard Caldecourt, Department for Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ)

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