DEBI Visits 2016: Langage Farm

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in DEBI Visits



Thursday 19 May 2016, 2:00 – 5:00pm – Langage Farm

Sector:  Manufacturing, Hospitality
Topic:   Waste Management

On Thursday we visit Langage Farm one of the oldest running farms in Devon (900 years and counting) situated near Plympton.

DEBI’s visit to Langage Farm Anaerobic Digestion Plant will provide an understanding behind the issues that surround food waste. With over 7 million tonnes of food waste being thrown away each year in the UK, attendees will hear from guest speakers and tour around the facilities, helping to highlight how businesses can save money, resources and support community projects.

Time Activity/ area of discussion Speaker Length of session
2:00pm Attendees arrive

Refreshments: Fairtrade tea & coffee

20 minutes
2:20pm Welcome DEBI Director 10 minutes
2:30pm Presentation: Alpha Logic

Area: Business food waste

Neil Stallard 20 minutes
2:50pm Presentation: Langage Farm AD

Area: Food waste disposal

Tom Chaloner 20 minutes
3:10 – 3:35

3:35 – 4:00

AD plant tour & networking

Group 1 x10 people

Group 2 x10 people

Tom Chaloner Total 50 minutes

25 minutes

25 minutes

4:00pm Presentation: Plymouth Food Waste Partnership

Area: Household food waste

Penny Tarrant 20 minutes
4:20pm Presentation: Devon & Cornwall Food Association

Area: Community projects

Jackie Young 20 minutes
4:40pm Presentation: Plymouth Food Bank

Area: Community projects

Derek Gribble 20 minutes
5:00pm Thank you for attending DEBI Director


Sign up to this event now (members FREE or £5 for non-members).

Numbers are limited and it is imperative that you book a place on each visit by emailing Lucy Robinson the DEBI Administrator here

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