AI & Blockchain in the waste and recycling sector
Disruptive technologies and business models have caused major changes in the way we live our lives and do business, from banking to travel. So far the waste and recycling sectors have been slow to adopt innovative new methods. But, with a recent PwC report suggesting that as many as 62% of jobs in the sector could be automated, could we be facing a tech-led future for waste?
With a focus on improving recycling rates, reducing waste crime, streamlining collection, increasing reprocessing efficiency and other topics, this conference will look in detail at the opportunities for local authorities, businesses and individuals to benefit from enhanced AI and technology as well as some of the challenges ahead.
Speakers will look at existing technology offerings as well as horizon scanning as to what future services may look like. Can you afford to be left behind?
Standard rate: £215 +VAT
Local authority/charity rate: £150 +VAT
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