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WCRS hosts series of free informative webinars

15 February 2018

Leading waste management service company, Waste Cost Reduction Services (WCRS) Ltd. has announced a series of free informative webinars for facilities managers and professionals tasked with dealing with waste and recycling as part of their remit.

An effective waste management strategy is vital to managing costs and meeting legal requirements, but understanding the technical jargon and creating an effective waste solution can be challenging.

The webinars will tackle many key aspects of waste management in a clear and accessible way including waste legislation, the Waste Hierarchy, recycling initiatives, Zero Waste To Landfill, Corporate Social Responsibility and much more, calling on FM’s to ‘rethink their waste’.

“Our webinars will challenge FM’s to consider whether they are meeting their legal obligations when it comes to waste management, addressing topics such as the Waste Hierarchy whilst demonstrating the benefits of effective waste management, including improved management of costs and the CSR factor too,” explains Marcus Sanders, Marketing Director for WCRS.

“We can offer simple, effective advice helping FM’s to take practical steps to reduce waste to landfill, increase recycling and manage costs with greater efficiency.”

The first webinar in the programme is free and themed, ‘Rethink Your Waste’. The 30 minute session is currently scheduled to take place on Tuesday 13th March at 8.30am.

This webinar will cover The Waste Hierarchy, Zero Waste to Landfill (ZTWL) and what it really means, as well as looking at some practical examples of how organisations have significantly increased recycling and improved their environmental performance.

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