Beautiful festivals: Managing Waste successfully
19th November 2015, Bristol.
Is it inconceivable to imagine: A festival site where all you can see is grass rather than litter; audiences who recycle without thinking; having confidence about managing your waste responsibly, and knowing what happens to your waste when it leaves site. It’s possible, but why learn the hard way when you can gain insights from leading industry experts with over a decade of specialist experience.
In the recent Green Manifesto Survey conducted by Kambe Events in partnership with the AIF and AFO 84% of participants cited waste as a key issue for them.
In response to this, Kambe Events, the company behind one of the UK’s greenest festivals, Shambala, in association with Resource Futures, the UK’s leading waste management consultancy are hosting a one day training event to address the issue.
Bringing together leading waste management and behaviour change experts, the day will consist of presentations, discussion and a practical session so attendees will come away with an action plan and various resources for their 2016 event.
The event on 19th November, hosted at Kambe House in Bristol, the European Green Capital 2015 is limited to 20 places. Take advantage of the Early Bird discount and book before 30th September.
Image by Carloina Faruolo