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Wednesday 20 March 2019


11.00 Utilising circular economy principles to address challenges faced within the UK healthcare waste management sector Dr. Terry Tudor, Senior Lecturer in Waste


Management, Northampton University


The healthcare waste management sector in the UK faces a number of challenges including treatment capacity, effective waste segregation, labelling and containment, and cost efficiencies. This presentation will briefly outline some of these issues and then focus on the use of circular economy principles that is being employed to address some of these challenges.


11.30 The impact of hand-drying options in healthcare environments Keith Redway, Emeritus Fellow in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, University


of Westminster


Studies prove that the hand-drying system offered in washrooms should be carefully chosen, especially in healthcare environments such hospitals, clinics and care homes where hygiene is paramount. This presentation will compare the hygiene of different hand-drying systems, including electric dryers and towels. Using data and video, details will be presented of scientific studies which show that the choice of hand-drying system affects the number and spread of microbes on the hands and the contamination of users and the washroom environment. Included will be the latest multi-site study carried out in hospitals in France, Italy and the UK.


12.00 Trimming the waste line: food waste in the hospitality sector Dean Pearce, Business Development Manager, SWRNewstar


This presentation will lift the lid on the true cost of food waste across the hospitality sector, consider its impacts, causes and a variety of solutions. It will also address what Defra’s ‘Waste & Resource Strategy’ means for businesses.


12.30 Panel decate: How can recycling in the cleaning sector aid the circular economy?


Neil Nixon, Editor, Cleaning & Maintenance Lorcan Mekitarian, Sales Director, RPC bpi recycled products Asa Degerman, Global Brand Innovation Manager, Essity Owen George, Group Development and Innovation Manager, Grundon John Brill, Sales Director, Nilfisk


14.00 Afternoon Keynote Stephen Ashkin, The Green Cleaning Guru


14.30 Panel debate: The bigger picture of cleaning and waste management


Dennis Flower, Editor, PFM Magazine Matt Coulson, CEO, Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work Sandrino Vieira, Guest Services Manager, JPC, Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work


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Mark Loubser, Head of Environmental Services, Intu Retail Services Michael Foreman, Managing Director, Don’t Waste UK


15.30 Upcycling the approach to office clearances Simon Moseley, Consultant, Waste-Match, Mitie


There are close operational synergies between waste recycling and cleaning – both services must continue to evolve to provide creative benefits for clients, particularly in terms of sustainability and wellbeing. Waste trends continue to evolve and change: in the era of zero waste, everyone’s mind is on social and environmental benefits so a fresh and creative approach is needed.


This session will use real world waste examples to look at how businesses can be more creative with their waste solutions to benefit both themselves and society.


Thursday 21 March 2019


11.00 Food poisoning – a modern epidemic Pete Gowers, Food Hygiene Expert, BICSc


The presentation will include: background; statistics; causes – bacteria and viruses; why


is it still a problem?; what is being done?; and how we can reduce the numbers?


11.30 Technological advances in the detection of surface contamination Dr. Andrew Kemp, Specialist in surface disinfection and decontamination, University of Lincoln


This presentation looks at all the testing methods available to the cleaning industry today. It discusses relevance, pros, cons of each method and makes recommendations for how to use them most effectively. Charts and graphs help the audience to understand the differences in accuracy and relevance of the various methods. There are slides that describe current antimicrobial chemistries, with the latest information on the now proven link between disinfectant resistant bacteria and antibiotic resistant bacteria.


12.00 Reputation Management – preparing for the unexpected


Suzanne Howe, Director, Suzanne Howe Communications Richard Bond, Director of Strategy, SKV Communications


A crisis in your business can not only affect your commercial performance, it can also


lead to long-lasting reputational damage. In this session delegates will learn about the importance of dealing with the media effectively if and when things go wrong, and how to minimise the negative impact of a crisis through effective and controlled communications. They will also learn how to build a business continuity plan, set up a crisis team and the need to rehearse and manage social media engagement to stay on message.


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