PETCO & Friends: Update on the Waste Road Map

PETCO & Friends: Update on the Waste Road Map
30 August 2017 | 17:00 - 19:00 | Milkplum Cafe, No.2 Cussonia Avenue, 0184 Pretoria, South Africa

PETCO & Friends: Update on the Waste Road Map

In partnership with the CSIR, we are pleased to announce our first PETCO & Friends session, which will provide an update on the Waste RDI Road Map with Dr Linda Godfrey.

PETCO & Friends is a series of informal networking sessions addressing relevant topics in collaboration with key partners, with the aim of information dissemination, raising awareness and encouraging action. This session provides an update on the Waste RDI Roadmap.

Dr Linda Godfrey, principal scientist at the CSIR and associate professor at North-West University, will be presenting and leading the discussion.

If you are a current PETCO Voting or Associate Member, you are entitled to a limited number of complimentary tickets and unlimited half price tickets. To get your unique member codes to access your tickets, contact our PETCO team at petconews@petco.co.za.

PROGRAMME:
17:00 – 17:30 Arrival & Registration
17:30 – 17:40 Welcome & Setting the Scene
17:40 – 18:20 Dr Linda Godfrey, CSIR: Update on South Africa’s Waste Roadmap: Trends and Opportunities
18:20 – 18:30 Q & A facilitated by PETCO
18:30 – 19:00 Networking

Light refreshments will be provided.

There is limited seating available so book your ticket today: PETCO & Friends: Update on the Waste Road Map

More about the speaker:

Linda Godfrey is a principal scientist at the CSIR and an associate professor at North-West University. She holds a PhD in engineering from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. She currently heads up the Waste Research Development and Innovation (RDI) Roadmap Implementation Unit on behalf of the Department of Science and Technology.

Her research interests include the role of the waste sector in transitioning South Africa to a green economy; waste innovation; waste economics; the governance, social and behavioural aspects of integrated waste management; and the role of waste information as policy and behaviour-change instrument.