The OWL event, entitled “Waste Management in Action”, which is aimed at fleet & waste management professionals, will focus on common operational issues and challenges that are faced by organisations operating vehicle fleets across the UK.
Industry experts, suppliers and vehicle manufacturers will address these challenges by showcasing their latest products and services in the internal and external exhibitions and by taking part in workshops and speed-dating sessions.
Chaired by former CIWM President, Peter Ager, Waste Management in Action will deliver a day of industry best practice, networking and innovation local authorities and private waste operators who want to investigate the latest and most exciting technologies, hear from industry leaders and debate topical issues.
- Driver behaviour management
- Road Safety
- Cycle awareness
- Vehicle and bin weighing
- Route optimisation
- In cab job/rounds management
- Alternative fuels
- Road transport legislation update
- Vehicle hire
Confirmed exhibitors include CMS SupaTrak, Vision Techniques, Dennis Eagle, Integrated Skills, MOBA, VWS, Spillard Safety Systems, Freight Transport Association, Bartec, Tokheim Profleet, Gulliver Truck Hire, VPG Onboard Weighing, Epic Media, Heil Farid and YPO.
To register for the event visit https://owlcambridge.eventbrite.co.uk
Optimised Waste Logistics (OWL) is a partnership initiative developed by CMS SupaTrak, Vision Techniques and Vehicle Weighing Solutions. As individual organisations, they already supply stand alone solutions to and support the waste management sector, but together, they provide a unique waste collection solution, bringing together the expertise from each organisation, resulting in a fully integrated waste collection solution.
The story began in 2011, when CMS SupaTrak were approached by a number of local authorities who all shared the same concerns. They were all working with a number of suppliers, providing waste management solutions, but none of them integrated with each other, resulting in the end user having to work with numerous interfaces in a number of formats. The local authorities in question, asked whether it would be possible to introduce the suppliers to each other in order to develop a way of working together to create one integrated end to end solution.