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We are happy to reveal that Hubbub founder and chief executive Trewin Restorick is speaking at The Recycling Event on 2 July 2019, at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. 

Trewin will be presenting on: How can Councils maximise recycling rates and quality of material collected?  

Hubbub is an award-winning charity which changes the way environmental messages are communicated by bringing people together to do good.  

Previously, the chief executive was the director of fundraising at Friends of the Earth, and also created the Global Action Plan, which is the UK’s leading environmental behaviour change charity. He has also worked for Plymouth City Council.  

Other additions to the line-up include Ecosurety business developing manager Alice Flavin, who will be speaking in the Market Intelligence theatre on: Years of Uncertainty? What might we expect from the PRN/PERN market? 

Tickets are only £85+vat to attend! Book your ticket now. 

We are happy to reveal that Hubbub founder and chief executive Trewin Restorick is speaking at The Recycling Event on 2 July 2019, at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.  Trewin will be presenting on: How can Councils maximise recycling rates and quality of material collected?   Hubbub is an award-winning charity which changes the way environmental messages are communicated by bringing people together to do good.   Previously, the chief executive was the director of fundraising at Friends of the Earth, and also created the Global Action Plan, which is the UK’s

Universities and research establishments from the UK and further afield are being invited to highlight their transformational work within the recycling and circular economy sectors at The Recycling Event taking place on 2nd July 2019 at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry. The conference, which is being supported by nine of the UK’s leading recycling associations, will help UK and global organisations understand how innovations can change recycling and circular economy outcomes.  "We are reaching out to universities, research establishments and innovators to find out