Purple seminar programme day two


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Day two – 2 July

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Time Topic and speakers
10:00 – 10:55 The benefits of local AD – community engagement and planning
  John Quinton-Barber, Managing Director, Social Communications
Mandy Stoker, Director, E4environment
Jamie Gordon, Director of Infrastructure and Energy, Remarkable Group
Rokiah Yaman, Director, Community by Design – coordinating Local Energy Adventure Partnership (LEAP)
11:00 – 11:55 Feasible AD projects – developing successful business plans
  Chair: Miles Harvey, Founding Partner, Freedmand & Partners LLP
Anne Laleman, Director, Alpha Financials Environmental
Cath Anthony, Rural Surveyor – Land & Business Division, Bidwells LLP
Sonya Bedford, Partner and Head of Renewable Energy Team, Stephens Scown LLP 
Phil Greenaway, Sales Director, Evergreen Gas
12:00 – 12:55 Risk management – construction and operation
  Chair: Andy Cooper, Sector Manager – Biogas, Clarke Energy
Allan Joyce, Managing Director, Balmoral Tanks
Les Gornall, Process Consultant, PROjEN
Maja Rosiak, Application Engineer, Xylem Water Solutions
David Plews, Business Manager, Esterline
13:00 – 14:00 Break
14:00 – 14:55 Improving food waste collections within businesses and local authorities
  Chair: Dr David Greenfield, Director, SOENECS
Anna Tiefenbacher, Researcher, Organic Resource Agency
Camilo Wilches, Head of International Project Development, Biogas Weser-Ems GmbH
Chris Mills, Programme Area Manager – Food Waste Collections, WRAP
Trevor Nicoll, Head of Recycling, Waste and Fleet Services, Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council
15:00 – 15:55 Risk management – training and competence
  Chair: Terry Brownhill, Business Development Manager, PROjEN
Carl Gurney, Renewable Energy Executive, Jelf Insurance Brokers
Jane Gilbert, Director, Carbon Clarity
David Cole, Water Pollution Manager, Hydro Consultancy
Nina Sweet, Anaerobic Digestion Technical Specialist, WRAP