Ivy House invites you to a seminar on the ever-changing landscape of waste management

As the environment continues to change around us, so do the laws and practices that we put in place to ensure its sustainability. Construction Waste Management in particular has undergone a number of changes in legislation — making things unclear for organisations aiming to manage waste materials in a legal and responsible manner.

And with new projections for climate change trending towards an unacceptable outcome, the broader consequences of improper environmental care warrants an increasing need for a better understanding of these extremely important issues.

That’s why, this December, Ivy House is inviting organisations in the land, construction and property industries to join us for an informative seminar.

The breakfast event (refreshments provided) will be held at Risley Park, Derby, between 8am and 10:30am on Tuesday 11th December and will give responsible businesses the chance to learn more about recent policy developments in a relaxed and engaging format.

In addition to looking at changes in waste management legislation, we’ll also be looking at how these revisions have informed critical changes across various standard operations and practices; with a focus on how they affect you and your business.


“Waste management is an ever-changing landscape,” explains Richard Sutton, Managing Director at Ivy House. “It’s fair to say that, for a lot of businesses and professional organisations today, there is a great deal of uncertainty around the subject.

“The more recent changes in legislation has meant revisions in so many aspects, from simple terminology usage, to complete changes in common practices, such as the way permits are obtained for using, treating, storing and disposing of waste. Businesses failing to adhere to these rules not only risk legal action, they are also severely undermining the valuable work being done by countless others in the wider professional communities.

“The purpose behind our seminar in December is to make things a lot clearer for concerned businesses, and help determine the best way forward in their own waste strategy. Ivy House is proud of the work we do to provide clients with the protocols and management plans to help them achieve their sustainability goals.

“We are a highly-specialised team, and we continue to refine our skillset and services as new policies develop and needs within the industry evolve.”

An important element of the day will see attending businesses come away with an up-to-date understanding of the options available for their own developing waste management projects. As part of this, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at some of the projects we have successfully implemented; including our ongoing Waste Classification work with Suez to provide independent verification of waste inert and non-hazardous soils and trommel fines accepted under environmental permits and planning permissions for restoration of completed landfill cells across the UK.

It certainly promises to an invaluable experience, and we look forward to seeing you on the day!

For more information about this event, get in touch with a member of our team on 01332 661987 or let us know you’re coming by clicking HERE

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