On 26th September, ethical partnership were involved with the ‘Right Waste, Right Place’ seminar in Barrow. This interactive, free seminar focused on Duty of Care with waste management and ensured that anyone who produces or deals with waste would fully understand the risks (and potential rewards!) that compliance could have for their business.
Hosted by the Environmental Resource Forum, the event provided insight and information regarding waste management and Duty of Care. Speakers gave a thorough insight, covering what compliance should look like, how to apply Duty of Care effectively within businesses and what can happen if it goes wrong.
Ethical partnership covered ‘cutting the cost of waste’ to further show the benefits that full compliance with Duty of Care can have, displaying some case studies and site audits that ethical partnership has recently undertaken with major companies within the construction sector, just one of the many services that we offer.
Thank you to all of those who were involved and attended – the event provided great insight into Duty of Care, the importance of a circular economy to eliminate waste and the continual use of resources, and the resources available through the Right Waste, Right Place scheme.
You can find out more about how the circular economy can be used to benefit your business with a new series of posts – coming soon!
At ethical partnership, our business is focused around our values. In everything that we do, we seek to protect and conserve the natural environment and finite resources of the planet and reflect this in the way we advise our clients, design schemes and select our partners. When you come to us, we will provide audits and training in line with the ‘Right Waste, Right Place’ campaign to ensure that you comply with your Duty of Care. This means you will not only be protecting the environment for generations to come, but can result in larger profit margins for your business. Alongside this, it helps ensure that you will not get fined for the illegal mishandling of waste. So contact us today to help you maximise profit, and together protect the environment for years to come.
You can find out more about the campaign by visiting the Right Waste Right Place homepage.