October 05, 2012
Hospitality industry experts debate the waste Voluntary Agreement, its impact and future.
On Monday morning next week, a FREE, interactive, online TV debate entitled Waste – What Next? can be seen live at 10.30am by anyone with an internet connection. The programme is also being beamed simultaneously to the Restaurant Show where it can be viewed in the Business Bootcamp area.
The Hospitality and Foodservice Agreement was published in June. Many key industry stakeholders have signed up but the burning question is: What next? What impact are we having? What are the measurable benefits? Footprint Channel: Waste – What Next? will not only give businesses already committed an update, but also serve as an information resource for those yet to do so.
Register now, if you haven’t already, to take part in this ground breaking interactive programme and put your question to the panel on http://www.footprintchannel.tv/20121008/
Those in the chair include Dr Richard Swannell, who led the WRAP team which delivered the Courtauld Commitment in retail; Michelin starred chef patron Rowley Leigh, from Le Café Anglais; Sodexo’s Thomas Jelley; Piers Devereux from Nestle Professional; Ed Turner, Commercial Director for Young’s Pubs, Hotels and Geronimo Inns; Neil Whittall of Huhtamaki, who also chairs the Foodservice Packaging Association; Ken Mulholland from food distributor Brakes and Chris Cox from waste management operator, Biffa.
The broadcast will give an unique supply chain perspective and will address how the Voluntary Agreement will impact your business.
Join this live and interactive online TV discussion to gain an all round perspective of the waste issue from industry experts. Register now on http://www.footprintchannel.tv/20121008/