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Resourcing The Future Conference 2019

Date: 28/05/2019 | DCS News, Environmental

The Davidson Chalmers Stewart team has substantial experience in advising in the Environment and Waste Management sector acting on behalf of clients involved with waste management, disposal and treatment activities, waste-to-energy and other forms of environmental management.

Our expertise extends over a diverse range of issues such as the interpretation of legislation, definition and classification of waste, environmental notices, appeals and litigation, the duty of handling care, transport regulation and logistics, and general compliance with wider environmental objectives, policies and guidance.

As Head of Environment and Waste and member of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) I will be attending this year’s Resourcing The Future Conference at One Great George Street in London on 12th & 13th June. I would be interested in catching up with anyone with Scottish connections and an interest in the developing UK waste piolicy at the event. I will also be tweeting from the event. 

Please get in touch using the details below if you would like to arrange to meet up.

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