Landbell Group will take part in the edie Sustainability Leaders Forum this week from 2nd to 4th February. This year’s online event gathers international corporate leaders, government representatives, investors and NGOs for three days of seminars, workshops and interactive discussions.
On Tuesday 2nd February, at 11 am GMT, John Redmayne, managing director of Landbell Group company ERP UK, will join the panel discussion, ‘Advancing the Circular Economy’. During this session, John and other sustainability experts will tackle the ‘how’ behind moving towards a circular economy.
Landbell Group will also hold two ‘Ask the Expert’ sessions, where it will present its Global Takeback Programme and Regulatory Tracking Service.
On Tuesday 2nd February at 12:15 pm GMT, Dora Caria, head of circular economy engineering at Landbell Group, will discuss the company’s Global Takeback Programme, which collects end-of life products for customers from a growing number of countries in the world – whether this is mandated by legislation or not.
On Wednesday 3rd February at 1:35 pm GMT, Thomas Fischer, head of market intelligence and governmental affairs at Landbell Group, will also give an overview of the Regulatory Tracking Service with Olga Rozhek from the global regulatory tracking team. Regulatory Tracking Reports capture the latest EPR developments and requirements in over 130 countries, making it easier for companies to determine their obligations globally.
Across the three days of the event, Landbell Group experts will also be at the company’s booth to answer questions and explain the company’s global approach to environmental and chemical compliance, which helps customers to increase the environmental and economic potential of their business.
There is still time to join the event. Register online here and enter code “LG15” in the promotion box to enjoy 15% off your delegate pass.
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