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David Caro

Chairman of Environment Policy Unit

Federation of Small Businesses

www.fsb.org.uk


David Caro took over from John Holbrow as chairman of the Federation's energy and environment committee in 2010.


Steve Eminton
Editor

letsrecycle.com

www.letsrecycle.com



Steve is an environmental journalist having covered water, housing and recycling for a variety of publications. Having started his career with Construction News, he has since worked on publications including Water Bulletin and Municipal Journal. Steve started specialising in recycling and sustainable waste management in 1994. Since October 2000, he has been Editor of letsrecycle.com


Adam Read
Global Practice Lead
AEA
www.aeat.co.uk



Adam is AEA's Global Practice Lead for Waste Management & Resource Efficiency responsible for over 75 technical staff specialising in waste strategy, service design and operations, stakeholder engagement, and procurement.
Adam has 17 years waste sector experience as a consultant, researcher and local authority officer, and he has specialised in HWRC service evaluation, design and procurement for a number of high profile clients including WAG, the Essex Waste Partnership, Shanks, Northamptonshire CC and WRAP.



Camilla Woods

Director of Policy

British Hospitality Association

www.bha.org.uk


Camilla Wood is the director of policy at the BHA and represents members' interests to government at national and European levels on the policy and legislative issues that impact the UK hospitality industry. Current areas of focus include: sustainability; accessiblity; health and well-being; employment, education and skills; competitiveness and growth in the UK; and the Localism agenda.




John Woodruff
Chairman
National Association of Waste
Disposal Officers
www.nawdo.org


John is Head of Waste Services at the London Borough of Bromley and Chair of the National Association of Waste Disposal Officers. He leads on the development and implementation of strategies, service improvements and budgetary implications to achieve the Critical Achievement Policy of waste minimisation. John introduced the first kerbside recycling services on behalf of local authorities in Kent and London, and developed the first MRF in Kent.






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