Wiser speaking at CARS and Metal Recycling event

Wiser Environment’s Andrew Lake, will be speaking at the Let’s Recycle organised Complete Auto Recycling Show and Metal Recycling Event next month.

Andrew Lake, Senior Consultant, Wiser EnvironmentThe joint event, held in Stoneleigh on 11th and 12th July, includes a two-day conference as well as live demonstrations, training sessions, operational challenges and site tours.

Senior Consultant, Andrew will be speaking on the Wednesday afternoon and looking at what metals recycling facilities need to consider when preparing a fire prevention plan and, critically, get it approved by the Environment Agency.

Having worked on fire prevention plans from both Agency and client side, Andrew has a unique understanding of the practical challenges and regulatory requirements that metals recycling facilities face.

More information about the event can be found here.  The conference programme can be viewed here.

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