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EMS Head to Milton Keynes for National Construction Expo 2019

30 April 2019

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Bethan Stones

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Construction expo 2019

EMS is pleased to be exhibiting at the National Construction Expo 2019 on the 1st of May. This thought-provoking event, held in Milton Keynes, brings together over 2000 leaders in the construction field. The event will bring industry peers together to share knowledge and stimulate debate on how the UK can rebuild the construction and property industry in a sustainable manner.

On the day, two of our experienced Environmental Consultants will be giving a talk on ‘The Benefits of Reusing Site Won Materials’. This knowledge transfer session will provide you with an overview of different scenarios that can be adopted to ensure legal compliance, minimise use of virgin materials and reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.

Waste Exemptions, CL:AIRE Materials Management Plan and the benefits of the Recycled Aggregate Protocol will all be covered. The session will provide you with enhanced knowledge so that you will be more aware of the implications of not following correct procedures and you will have the confidence to identify any gaps in your environmental management.

For more information visit stand C17 to speak to knowledgeable Environmental Consultants who will be happy to help you with your environmental compliance queries. Alternatively email our Consultancy Manager, Rebecca Chapman on rebecca.chapman@em-solutions.co.uk.

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