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INDUSTRY NEWS


All guests will get to enjoy a delicious three-course meal, wine and other treats with all profi ts going to Child Bereavement UK. Secure overnight parking is also included when you book your tickets via the Letsrecycle Live website, whether it’s an independent or group booking.


Delegates can also drop by the ‘Inn on the Green’ pub – a tongue-in-cheek reference to the old events down on the south cost at Paignton - off ering further networking opportunities over some food and drink. This event is free to attend with a valid visitor’s pass.


Taking a more formal approach, the show’s Meet the Buyer event is a great chance for those wanting the best price for their materials to meet potential clients. Material buyers include wood, paper, metals and plastic, as well as waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE).


Additionally, visitors are invited to host their own meetings at the show and can take advantage of free bookable space,


 Letsrecycle Live provides three conference theatres along with over 100 industry speakers


open for meetings from anywhere between two and 50 people, providing a private space in which to work and do business.


Those travelling long distances can access a list of aff ordable hotels nearby on the Letsrecycle Live website.


With unparalleled networking opportunities and an impressive portfolio of waste and


recycling equipment on display, there will certainly be something there for everyone to take their businesses to the next level.


You can register your attendance or fi nd out about exhibiting at


www.letsrecycle.live or by calling 0207 633 4500


Andusia appoints new Hazardous Waste Manager


ANDUSIA Recovered Fuels Ltd is pleased to welcome Fraser Cutting to their team as their brand new Hazardous Waste Manager.


This announcement comes at a busy and exciting time for Andusia, as it has recently announced its move into the hazardous waste market.


Fraser will be dealing with hazardous waste enquiries as well as assisting with the sourcing and disposal of RDF/SRF.


Fraser joins Andusia with a wealth of knowledge about the waste industry following 32 years in the hazardous waste sector. He started out at Cory Waste Management, before moving to


Cleanaway as manager at the Cambridge- based waste management centre.


He then moved to manage the waste arising at a large oil refi nery and eventually spent the last 10 years managing the waste from a large regional hospital for the NHS.


Fraser has dealt with every type of waste and has a wide range of experience in sourcing disposal outlets for waste types.


Fraser will be dealing with hazardous waste enquiries as well as assisting with the sourcing and disposal of RDF/SRF.


In other news, Andusia’s Director, Mark Terrell, will be on an expert panel, speaking at the Energy From Waste Conference, taking place on 27 – 28 February at etc. venues County Hall, London. He will be joining other experts in the fi eld, discussing issues around post- Brexit changes to the RDF export industry.


 Fraser Cutting, Andusia's new Hazardous Waste Manager


SHWM February, 2019 9


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