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ALS invites you to their upcoming 'future waste' conference

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With today's focus on recycling for a greener, more efficient use of refuse, ALS Environmental are holding a free to attend, interactive Waste Water & Waste Management conference, at their centre of excellence in Coventry on Tuesday 27th September 2016 and invite you, their customers to attend this exclusive event.

Following on from their successful Microbiology Trends conference in February 2016, they will be utilising a similar format consisting of the morning comprised of informative and relevant talks from industry experts and an afternoon of a guided lab tour focusing on relevant laboratory procedures and analysis.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • HMRC LOI
  • RDF and SRF
  • POPs
  • Anaerobic Digestion 
  • The Accreditation process
  • Emerging contaminants and CIP

The afternoon will compromise of a tour of the laboratory where you will visit specific departments and see the analytical processes discussed in the morning's talks. The lab tour gives a practical feel to the sample journey from the pre-registration, sample receipt to the reporting stages, covering specific areas applicable for waste management analytical requirements.

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Chris Law, Coventry Inorganics Operations Manager for ALS Environmental comments:

"ALS Environmental has been at the forefront of the waste water and waste management industries for over 25 years. The Future Waste event allows customers and key stake holders to discuss and review emerging topics and experience the laboratory techniques first hand"

Further details, including itinerary and timings will be unveiled in due course, but they urge you to register fast as spaces are limited and expected to fill up quick!