Tradebe Labwaste will speak in the Royal Society of Chemistry’s theatre at this year’s Lab Innovations event that will take place at the NEC in Birmingham on the 31st Oct and 1st Nov. Tradebe will take to the stage on the second day of the event (1st Nov) at 14:00 and deliver a 30-minute presentation that will address laboratory toxic waste disposal within the events overall focus on the “Sustainable Laboratory”. Free Event Registration
Tradebe Labwaste are technical experts in the arena of chemical and hazardous waste disposal in the laboratory setting, while Tradebe is a leading waste processing specialist in the final recycling, recovery and treatment of these wastes. Bob Hilliard from Tradebe Labwaste will use the company's extensive knowledge and years of experience to delve into the unknown toxicity of waste in laboratories, provide anecdotal snippets from behind the scenes and discuss the potential impact on the environment of laboratory wastes.
Labwaste was founded in 2006, but the company’s roots, along with four members of staff, go back as early as 1997. Labwaste made substantial growth enabling it to successfully service laboratories across England, Wales and Scotland. Tradebe acquired Labwaste back in Jan 2018, which became Tradebe Labwaste.
About Lab Innovations
Lab Innovations is the UK’s only event dedicated to the laboratory industry. It is the nation’s largest gathering of laboratory manufacturers, suppliers and professionals, and with the support of some of the UK’s top science institutions it has fast become the laboratory event to attend. A full programme can be found here.