UK: Daikin has begun series 10 of its Future Thinking seminars, this time dealing with the circular economy.
The latest seminar series entitled Developing a Circular Economy in Building Services started in Scotland last week, in Glasgow on October 31 and Edinburgh on November 1. A further 10 seminars will take place at locations across the UK this month.
The CPD accredited seminars will focus on how to reduce the environmental impact of climate control solutions moving away from the “take, make and dispose” model of manufacture and management, towards a circular economy in which resources, waste and emissions are minimised.
Guest speakers are Ant Wilson MBE, director of sustainability and advanced design – building engineering at AECOM, and Daikin’s legislation and compliance manager Graham Wright, and DX product manager Martin Passingham.
Dates and venues for the remaining seminars are:
31 October 2018 – Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
1 November 2018 – Hotel Du Vin, Edinburgh
6 November 2018 – Malmaison, Newcastle
7 November 2018 – Aspire, Leeds
8 November 2018 – Malmaison, Manchester
13 November 2018 – Hyatt Regency, Birmingham
14 November 2018 – DoubleTree by Hilton, Southampton
15 November 2018 – St James Hotel, Nottingham
20 November 2018 – The Bloomsbury, London
21 November 2018 – Radisson Blu, Bristol
22 November 2018 – National Museum of Cardiff, Cardiff
29 November 2018 – Malmaison, Liverpool
Registration is open for Future Thinking Series 10 now on the Daikin website: www.daikin.co.uk/futurethinking