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+ ResearchInnovationServicesBringing togetherleading Government,Industry, Advisoryand Complianceexperts to provideSouth WestBusiness with theinformation they needWEEE & RoHS:Are you doing everything you canto address WEEE & RoHScompliance in your supply chain?Key information on:• Cost effective solutions for ensuring WEEEcompliance• Practical steps in addressing supply chain issues• Update on global RoHS implementation• Could you profit from cleaner design?• Due diligence• Key information on forthcoming legislation that willaffect your businessCase studies and expertguidance from:Tuesday 17th July 2007University of BathClaverton Down, BathWho should attend:• Quality Assurance Managers• Engineering Managers• Product Development Managers• Waste Managers• Technical specialists• Assembly line Managers

WEEE & RoHSStreamlining Business compliance to minimise business impactVenue: Department of Mechanical Engineering, 2 East 3.1, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY9.30 – 10.00Registration & Coffee10.00 – 10.10Chairman’s introductionProfessor Geoff Hammond10.10 – 10.40What do I need to do about WEEE?Paul Brione - WEEE Implementation team, DTI• What is WEEE and what does it cover?• Your responsibilities & obligations as a producerand/or as a distributor• Options for compliance• Update on deadlines, enforcement, penalties10.40 – 11.10(Case Study)WEEE compliance from a business perspective?Leigh Holloway - Envirowise• Addressing WEEE in practical terms?• How will B2B WEEE affect me?• What support is available to business?11.25 – 11.55(Case Study)How has Schneider Electric addressed WEEEcompliance in its global supply chain?David Jellicoe, National Safety & EnvironmentManager – Schneider Electric• Reviewing the supply chain for WEEE compliant products• Best practice approaches to establishing and maintaining thenecessary processeso The Schneider WEEE Compliance model• Minimising the cost of complianceo Future developments in compliance technology11.55 – 12.20(Case Study)A recycler’s view point on greener product designfor minimising WEEE.Damian Lambkin - Managing Director, TheElectronic Waste Company Ltd.• How could companies benefit from greener design of products• Treatment and recycling of WEEE• Markets and re-use of recycled materials in products• How to maintain WEEE compliance11.10 – 11.25Morning coffee break12.20 – 12.50Questions and Panel Discussion12.50 – 14.00Lunch• Opportunity to network with other delegates• Product disassembly advisors available from Envirowise inconjunction with representatives of the University of Bath.

For further information please contact:Research and Innovation ServicesUniversity of BathClaverton DownBathBA2 7AYTelephone: +44 (0) 1225 384795Facsimile: +44 (0) 1225 386950Email: business@bath.ac.uk

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