UK Packaging Recycling & PRN Market Update: August 2020 (Comply Direct members only)
Wednesday 12 August at 2.30pm
The aim of this webinar is to provide our packaging members with analysis of the 2020 PRN market to date, to enhance your understanding of the market dynamics currently determining PRN prices. Specifically, we will deliver a detailed review on the Q2 verified recycling data by material and share our estimated Q4 prices.
The latest in packaging compliance - PRN market update, recycling data, policy & more! (Non-Comply Direct members)
2 occurrences - dates to choose from listed below
The aim of this webinar is to provide you with an up-to-date overview of the 2020 PRN market to date and analysis of the UK's latest packaging recycling data, as well as detailing recycling performance, trends and forecasts for each packaging material. In addition, we will share a packaging consultation and policy update and discuss the future of the UK packaging waste legislation, as well as any further current topics in the industry which are important for packaging producers to be aware of.
Thursday 13 August at 10am - click here to register your free place
Wednesday 9 September at 10am - click here to register your free place
Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) - Find out if you're obligated and how to comply
Thursday 12 November at 10am
New legislation Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) came into force on 1 April 2019 and requires obligated companies to report on their energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions in their annual companies house accounts. During this webinar we will provide a comprehensive overview on SECR, help you determine if your business is affected and outline the steps obligated companies need to take to ensure compliance, including reporting requirements and how Comply Direct can help.
An organisation is considered large, and must comply with SECR if it meets at least two of the following criteria:
• 250 or more employees
• Turnover in excess of £36 million
• Balance sheet in excess of £18 million