The Local Authority Prevention Network conference will be held in Croke Park on Thursday 3 June 2010.
The EPA has organised a conference to inform local authority managers and others about the range of waste prevention and resource efficiency programmes being carried out by local authorities as part of the National Waste Prevention Programme.
All relevant local authority staff are encouraged to attend, in particular those interested in hearing of the savings that can be delivered through waste prevention and resource efficiency programmes and on the contribution that such programmes can make to greening the economy and the economic recovery in general, in addition to meeting various environmental policy objectives and commitments.
Over the course of the day there will be a comprehensive exhibition featuring results and case studies from all the LAPN participants and some of the other prevention partners in the National Waste Prevention Programme.
There is no charge to attend this event.
Contact email@example.com by Wednesday 26th May should you wish to attend the meeting. A welcome dinner is planned for the night before at the Croke Park Hotel, offering an informal networking opportunity. Please indicate if you will be attending this dinner or if you will be attending the meeting only. Please also let us know if you have any special dietary requirements.
Delegates should make their own accommodation arrangements – a special overnight B&B rate of €95 has been negotiated with the Croke Park Hotel for conference delegates.
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