17 May 2019 by Joshua Doherty

Get social at Letsrecycle Live

Alongside a packed conference schedule and a full programme of vehicle and equipment demos, next week’s inaugural Letsrecycle Live show also offers great networking opportunities through a host of social features.

The two-day recycling and waste industry show is taking place next Wednesday and Thursday (22-23 May), at Stoneleigh Park, near Coventry.

The Inn on the Green will provide a great networking spot

For full show details including exhibitors, conference programme, travel and accomodation details, click here.

On the social side, the event organisers have received great pre-show feedback around the Inn on the Green ‘pop-up pub’ which will be available to visitors on both days of the show.

Evoking memories of the Paignton show – without the sand and seagulls – the Inn on the Green is free to attend for all visitors and the bar will be serving drinks throughout the event. This will also include live music across the two days.

White collar boxing

Another of the knock-out features of Letsrecycle Live will be the charity white collar boxing evening taking place on Wednesday night.

The sporting contest – which has already raised over £10,000 through boxer sponsorship and ticket sales for Child Bereavement UK – will see a full programme of bouts between industry figures – with a total of seven fights taking place. Entry to the evening event includes a three-course meal, wine and entertainment.

Over 80% of tickets have now been sold for this industry-first event, so move quickly if you would like to attend. The white collar boxing offers the opportunity to network with industry peers, cheer on the competitors and raise money for a good cause. You can find more details here.

Meet the boxers competing in White Collar Boxing at Letsrecycle Live (click to enlarge)

Women in Waste

On Thursday morning the SUEZ Theatre will host a ‘Women in Waste’ breakfast event – the agenda for the meeting will include talks on how to resolve some of the main issues surrounding gender imbalance and inequality.

Sponsored by SUEZ and supported by the Women’s Recycling Alliance, the event will take place at 9am with three discussions across the hour and a half event.

Sessions include:

Session 1: Talk “The Changing Face of Waste”

Session 2: Case Study “Flexible Work: Best for Business”

Session 3: Success Stories & Discussion “Leading by Example: a Spotlight on Success”

Visit the website for full details of the event.


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