Waste Producers Seminar- Update on European Developments

I am happy to invite any companies to one of two events that CHWMEG is hosted on December 1st (Dublin) and then on December 4th (Warsaw). CHWMEG is the largest waste stewardship organization in the world with 250 members and over 600 affiliated companies. We focus of waste producers, i.e. manufacturers in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, petroleum, aircraft, electronics, automotive, etc. 


The seminar focuses on recent changes in European regulations, case studies, enforcement and litigation. All issues directly related to producers of industrial waste.

 These sessions will both be one-day in length and will offer updates on new regulations and legal developments in the EU. The Warsaw seminar will focus on the “newer” Member States in the East.  You will also have an opportunity to ask questions of a first-rate panel of experts, since we have built a good deal of discussion time into the schedules.


Please consider yourself invited to register and attend any of these sessions!  Please feel free to forward to your colleagues as well, wherever they may be located, as the respective focus area may be of interest or within their realm of responsibility.

Dublin on Mon, 1 Dec 2014:  CHWMEG, ENHESA, and Tad Yancheski of world regard, LLC are conducting a one-day seminar on Update on Issues for Waste Producers in Europe, on Mon, 1 December 2014 at the Hilton Dublin Hotel. Employees of CHWMEG members and their affiliates and special invitees can attend at no cost by registering before 20 Nov 2014 [discounted from the regular registration fee of EUR150./EUR250. (US$225./US$350.).]. This is part of CHWMEGs non-profit mission. Register here

Warsaw on Thur, 4 Dec 2014:  CHWMEG, ENHESA, and Tad Yancheski of world regard, LLC are conducting a one-day seminar on Update on Issues for Waste Producers in Central Europe on Thursday, 4 December 2014 at the Westin Warsaw Hotel. Employees of CHWMEG members and their affiliates and special invitees can attend at no cost by registering before 25 November 2014 or PLN300. (EUR80./US$100.) afterwards. Others can attend by registering before 25 November 2014 for PLN225. (EUR60./US$75.) or PLN450. (EUR120./US$150.) afterwards. The seminar is part of CHWMEG’’s non-profit mission to globally promote responsible waste stewardship. Register here
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. 

Randy Mott
Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa

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