Continuing their season of free and effective business training webinars for existing and prospective members, ecosurety delivered ‘Half Hour of Power – Batteries Obligations, all you need to know’ in May.
The webinar covered topics such as producer thresholds, explanations of battery and chemistry types, how obligations are calculated and how to set up your very own battery collection point.
Host James Champ commented “Once again, ecosurety has delivered efficient training to Battery Producers and will continue with future presentations on many aspects of the regulations that will affect our members. It is clear that this is an easy way for companies to invest in employee development, maximise their training and recognise the importance of continued self-improvement”.
May also saw the successful delivery of our 2014 PRN Update and Forecast webinar. Presented by ecosurety’s Commercial Manager, James Piper, the webinar featured insight on the latest obligation figures and examined current market trends.
Prior to this, ecosurety held its first ‘WEEEbinar’ of the year in April. The WEEE 2014 Update was a valuable opportunity to look at the main changes to the regulations following the 2013 Recast, and how this will affect reporting for producers. Presented by ecosurety's WEEE Technical Specialist, James Champ, the webinar was a successful and informative start to our season of free business training.
If you would like to hear a recorded version of any of these webinars, please get in touch with the ecosurety team on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0845 094 2228
James joined the compliance team in August 2012 and now holds the role of technical manager. He is responsible for managing all regulator requirements across packaging, WEEE and batteries compliance regulations, and for overseeing our WEEE and batteries collections. In particular, James takes an active interest in quality improvement both for clients' data methodologies and internally to improve business efficiency.
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