ET/ES/ICU Show News February 2007
22 February 2007, News release from Sustainabilitylive! 2007
We are delighted to announce full details of the ET&ES and ICU features programmes. A series of free seminars, briefing and conference sessions will take place so make the most of your time out of the office and use these sessions to keep up to date with legislation and policy developments.
Our seminars are the talk of the town...
For comprehensive advice on environmental technologies and compliance and land remediation techniques just read on for more information...
Don't forget that visitors and exhibitors are welcome to attend any of the sessions taking place in the other Sustainabilitylive! shows - check out www.sustainabilitylive.comto view all programmes.
The Environment Agency
With the Environment Agency exhibiting at ET&ES 2007 you will be able to see a number of their staff presenting various seminars across ET&ES, ICU, Nemex and IWEX. Make use of their expertise and don't forget to attend the series of Briefing Sessions they will be holding on their stand!
Ministers confirm Nemex 2007 is in their diaries
With soaring energy prices, energy efficiency and renewables at the top of the agenda for the public and private sectors, this also holds true in the world of politics...
Confirmed to attend on Wednesday 2 May are:
· Peter Ainsworth MP
Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
· David Howarth MP
Shadow DTI (Energy) spokesperson
All visitors and exhibitors to ET&ES and ICU can attend the Nemex keynotes for FREE.
Online registration open!
Online registration is now open for ET&ES, ICU, Nemex and IWEX. All visitors can now register online for free entry to benefit from:
· Access to new technologies on display
· Extensive networking opportunities
· Packed features programmes
· Access to four co-located shows
Visitors can register for FREE entrance at
Dates not to miss!
All exhibitors will now have received an Exhibitor Handbook - make sure you use this and remember that you need to adhere to the deadlines stipulated.
Invite Your Clients
Do you want to invite your clients to visit you at the shows? If so don't forget to request FREE invites by Thursday 15 February 2007.
To have your company name listed in the official show pocket invitations you need to book before Thursday 15 February 2007.
Mail your clients
If you want us to pay, for you to mail your clients advising them about your presence at ET&ES or ICU just let us know by Thursday 15 February 2007.
Invite your VIPs
Invite your most valued clients as VIPs - just let us know you'd like to use this service ASAP and we will arrange everything for you.
If you have any questions, or simply want something explained just give us a call - we are here to help!
You can contact us on +44 (0)20 8651 7130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIEH are back at ICU 2007
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has confirmed it will again be holding its annual standing conference at ICU.
Focusing on 'The Way Forward for Soil Guidance Values' (SGVs) sessions will discuss the implications of SGVs for the remediation of contaminated sites whether voluntary or under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act.
NB. This session is open to standing conference members only.
Environment Business supports Sustainabilitylive!
Keep up to date with show developments in Environment Business, which features regular stories. If you are interested in receiving a copy simply email email@example.com for more information.
Award fever hits...
With the number of applications already hitting double figures don't miss your chance to apply for the:
· ES Environmental Manager of the Year Award
· ET Innovation Award for Technology
· ICU Innovation Award for Service
· ICU Innovation Award for Technology
Can you think of a colleague worthy of such a title?
Let them know about the awards...
Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment
Local Authority Waste & Recycling
All applications must be received by Friday 30 March 2007.
For more details, or to submit your application visit www.sustainabilitylive.com.
Invite Your Clients as VIPs
If you are exhibiting at Sustainabilitylive! why not invite your most valued clients to visit as VIPs?
We will personally invite up to twenty-five clients you select to be sent a VIP invitation, which will entitle them to fast track through registration upon arrival, and a free glass of champagne!
For more details please contact us on +44 (0)20 8651 7130, email firstname.lastname@example.org or indicate your interest on the Additional Promotional Opportunities form in your Exhibitor Handbook.
BURA, the leading independent organisation in the field of regeneration is again supporting ICU 2007. Providing a forum for the exchange of ideas, experience and information for the emerging regeneration sector, their strong and influential membership reflects the growing knowledge and expertise that BURA has at its disposal. Visit their stand at the show for more information on regeneration...
Industry leaders sign up
The last few weeks have seen a number of companies sign up to exhibit including:
Veolia - Centre for Sustainability - UKAS - Charles Austin Pumps - Boskalis
Atkins - Society for the Environment - Lensi
Visit www.sustainabilitylive.com to see the full exhibitor list across ET&ES, ICU, Nemex and IWEX.
Keep up to date with edie.net
www.edie.net provides you with up to the minute news relevant to your sector. For details on what is hitting the headlines make sure you take a look at the website.
ET&ES 2007: Environment Features Programme
Tuesday 1 May 2007
Business Benefits of Active Engagement in Positive Environmental Management
Martin Baxter, IEMA
The IEMA Acorn Scheme is an officially recognised government recommended EMS standard offering accredited recognition for evaluating and improving environmental performance in all types of organisation.
The DEFRA Simplification Initiative:
Implementing Better Regulations
Dr Martin Griffiths, DEFRA
· How DEFRA engages with business
· Reducing the regulatory burden
· Implementing the Hampton Principles
· Practical implications for improving environmental outcomes
How to prepare for REACH: Don't let REACH put you out of business
Steffen Erler, ReachReady and Diana Montgomery, Chemical Industries Association
REACH is the new and biggest EU regulation about to hit the chemicals industry in the last 20 years, effective from June 2007. Anyone who makes, imports or uses chemicals must comply with this new law or face the consequences. This is going to affect most businesses operating within or selling into the EU, come along and find out what you must do.
Business Benefits of a Resource Efficient Economy
Simon Drury, Envirowise
· Simple, practical advice for improving resource efficiency
· The impact of the Stern Review on business
· Water and waste minimisation techniques
Achieving Business Benefits via Product Lifecycle Assessment & Sustainable Product Packaging
· Rob Holdway, Giraffe Innovation
Product Lifecycle Assessment + Sustainable Product Packaging
· Application of the LCA methodology to the formulation of regulatory and public policies
Up-date on the RoHS Directive One Year On: How the UK and Other Countries are Responding
Tom Perret, Tin Technology
· RoHS Today
· A review of RoHS like regulations around the world
· Compliance with the law
· Cost-effective testing
Wednesday 2 May 2007
Lessons from Scandinavia: Sustainable Working Practices
Charlie Browne, IKEA UK
IKEA undoubtedly has one of the best green credentials: learn about key innovations and best practices.
Managing the Skills & Information Gap
Covering the latest topics affecting the waste management industry.
Support for Longer Term Sustainable Innovation
Martin Charter, Centre for Sustainable Design UK
· Looking beyond product stewardship: how we are moving to service-based business models
· Global trends beyond eco-design
· Why sustainable innovation systems are not working and the need for networking and looking beyond product service systems
Requirements to Meet IPPC & Effective Application of MCERTS
John Tippings, Environment Agency
Providing vital information to ensure that your organisation meets the Environment Agency's performance requirements.
Adapting to Climate Change: Is Your Business Ready?
Phil Sivell, UK Inter-regional Group and Climate Change and C4S, Jane Milne, Association of British Insurance and Phil Rothwell, Environment Agency
How should we respond to the impact of climate change? How should we evaluate the risks and vulnerabilities and decide when to act?
Thursday 3 May 2007
Delivering Advantage: Reducing Manufacturing & Compliance Costs Through Innovation & Good Design
Daianna Ricones, Business in the Community
Reduce your costs at the same time as meeting environmental objectives. Case Studies include:
ABB, BASF and GE.
What is Coming & What you Should Know
Dr Catherine Wilson, ENDS
Discussing forthcoming environmental legislation for 2007 and its implications for business, to help you plan ahead for the changes.
WEEE Directive Overview: Who Does this Affect & How?
Duncan Simpson, Valpak and Simon Hill, Recycling Wincanton Logistics
Managing and implementing the WEEE Directive, ensuring that you remain compliant. Attend to find out more about:
· Timelines, estimated costs and what is on offer
· Producer & retail WEEE
· Argos case study
Environment and the Law - Meeting the Challenges of a Changing Landscape
Helen Loose, Ashurst Law, Stephen Tromans, 39 Essex Street, Stephen Sykes, WSP Group and Cuthbert Nestor, DEFRA
Areas debated will include the Environmental Liability Directive and:
· What does the polluter pay?
· What does the principle mean to you?
· How will it be implemented and link with other legislation?
· What is a permit defence?
· Reporting and procedural obligations for the operator
New Approaches to Permitting: Reducing Industry's Administrative Burden
Jeremy Frost, Environment Agency
· Implementing the Hampton Principle
· Changes to permitting - guidance and application
Keeping Integrated Systems Simple for Maximum Efficiency
John Hele, Integrated Management Systems, BSI Global Systems
· Ensure that your environmental systems match up with your quality systems
· Prevent duplication and bureaucracy within the business
All of these sessions are free to attend, so make sure you make the most of your time at the ET&ES 2007.
ICU 2007: Land Features Programme
Regeneration & Sustainability: Saving you Money
Alun Oliver, E3 Consulting
This session will raise and highlight the property tax issues associated with regeneration and sustainability projects including Capital Allowances, Enhanced Capital Allowances, Land Remediation Tax Relief, Landfill Tax Exemptions and the proposals for Business Premises Renovation Allowances and Planning Gain Supplement.
Sustainability: An Idea or a Deliverable?
With the concept of sustainability affecting businesses bottom lines, and impacting boardroom decisions is this idea here to stay and if so how can we deliver?
Working with Regulatory Authorities
The Mobile Treatment Licence
George Shepherd, CON-FORM
What regulatory issues do developers and contractors have to face when remediating brownfield sites? What happens if you need to deploy a waste management licence?
Accreditation for Oil Spill Contractors
Roger Mabbott, UK Spill Association
The seminar will cover the operating principles and requirements of the UK Oil Spill Contractors Accreditation Scheme and an appreciation of the clean-up techniques which may be used by contractors accredited under the Scheme.
Soil Guideline Values Report
"The Way Forward" or "Back to the Future"?
Discussing DEFRAs SGVs Report, learn how this will impact upon the remediation of contaminated sites. Is this a step in the right direction and what does it
mean for you?
Impacts on Construction and Redevelopment
Philip Rusted, TCM
Providing those working for regeneration, construction and environmental companies with information that will help with identification and guidance to control and eradicate invasive weeds.
Improved Project Efficiency
Advances in Field Analytics
Dr Tim Hart, Cybersense Biosystems
Providing an overview of the technical and economic benefits of the Triad approach this seminar will discuss the development and adoption of this working practice and the utilisation of new measurement technologies allowing UK firms to fulfil more effectively both national and European legislation and technical guidance.
CIEH Standing Conference
Thursday 3 May
A one day conference on the outcome of discussions on "the way forward" for SGVs and the implications of that for the remediation of contaminated sites, whether voluntarily or under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act. We are expecting some exciting DEFRA policy announcements.
Organised by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, this is a closed meeting for Standing Conference members only.
EIC Briefing Sessions
Tuesday 1 and Wednesday 2 May
Policy and legislative frameworks for land remediation are changing rapidly. High-level speakers from government, regulators and industry will examine:
· Progress with CLEA and Soil Guideline Values (SGVs)
· Forthcoming Environment Agency Protocol on waste and contaminated soils
· How local authorities are coping with Part IIA
· The impact of new EU laws including the Soils and Waste Frameworks and the Environmental Liability and Groundwater Directives
Full speaker and programme details are available at www.international-cleanup.com
For further information please email Sustainabilitylive! 2007