Webinar: How biotechnology is helping FMs achieve their sustainability goals and reduce waste

FMs play a crucial role in conference sustainability objectives with the key challenge of assisting to assistance the circular economy to be able to reduce carbon emissions. By recycling existing components the energy-intensive creation of new recycleables is reduced highly, accelerating the motion to internet zero carbon emissions.

Nevertheless, the circular economy specializes in the reduce, reuse, recycle concept only – which simply leaves 50 % the UK’s waste materials forgotten and overlooked. Forgotten waste materials is what Advetec phone calls the 11 million tonnes of waste that nevertheless head to landfill or for incineration every year. A known fact that lots of FMs might not find out about their very own waste’s final destination.

This forgotten waste exists since when food along with other organic issue is blended with general waste materials, it can’t be sorted. When burning up or burying becomes the only real option it has massive implications for carbon emissions, transportation on our roads and the manufacturing of other harmful gases such as for example methane, which escape in to the atmosphere. Not forgetting, when waste materials was n’t designed to be recycled is, it undermines business and consumer initiatives to become greener.

FMJ & Advetec are usually on a mission to greatly help FMs accelerate their NetZero programs – but it’s an activity that must begin with lifting the blindfold, challenging the waste provide chain, being producing and accountable great consumer of technology.

On the 26 January at 11:00 am FMJ will be hosting a webinar on what biotechnology might help FMs attain their sustainability targets and decrease food waste. The function will bring together several professionals in sustainability to go over what new technology and processes can be found to assistance FMs on the path to net zero.

Topics includes:

  • The function of the circular economic climate in helping reduce carbon emissions.
  • opportunities and

  • Difficulties for FMs in handling waste to meet up environment, interpersonal and governance (ESG).
  • How the most advanced technology is available to greatly help.

Webinar Panel
  • Sara Bean (moderator), Editor, FMJ
  • Dr Stephen Sensible , Chief Strategic Growth Officer, Advetec
  • Rochelle Gee, Head of Property Providers, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Rely on
  • Ray Parmenter CChem MRSC, MCIWM, CIWM: Head of Plan and Technical
  • Chris Havers , Program Director Acclaro Advisory & SFMI

To join up for the webinar, click on  right here .