Reinvigorating Recycling is a conference that will look at how recycling can be boosted through the application of behaviour change communications.
Recycling in the UK is under pressure. Stagnating and falling recycling levels, increasing disposal costs and ever-shrinking budgets have coalesced to create a seemingly impenetrable barrier to improved levels of recycling and the ability to deal with contamination.
Amidst such a challenging environment, public engagement and communication remains the most readily accessible and cost-effective means to reinvigorate recycling.
Hosted by Cambridge Cleantech and Cambridge City Council, topics will include:
- Boosting recycling through strategic behavioural change communications
- Communicating difficult service changes
- Engaging with urban, diverse communities
- Re-positioning Re-use
- Utilising social media to increase reach
Some of the UK’s leading behavioural change experts will be speaking including Rachel Gray (WRAP), Stephen Bates (EnviroComms), Adam Read (Ricardo), Steve Didsbury (Bexley Council) and Ali Moore (Resource London).
Who should attend?
This conference has been designed with Local Authorities and Waste Partnerships in mind but is also suitable for waste companies contracted by councils who retain a responsibility for public communications. The following will find the content of particular benefit:
- Heads of Waste and Recycling
- Heads of Street Scene
- Recycling and Environmental Officers
- Recycling, Waste and Environmental Education Officers
- Contract Service Managers
What you’ll leave with
- Deeper insight into how to apply strategy to behaviour change communications for greater effect
- Improved knowledge on how to implement a successful behaviour change campaigns, including key implementation techniques.
- How to extract better value from your communications
- The ability to communicate more for less, with better results
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Future Business Centre
Kings Hedges Road
Tuesday 23rd May