Yorkshire Water to hold bioresources supplier day
Yorkshire Water has announced that it will hold its first bioresources supplier day as it looks for partners to help increase innovation and drive efficiency in the industry.
The event, which takes place at the Hilton in Leeds city centre on 19 April, will include information sharing on Yorkshire Water’s bioresources strategy, its plans for innovation and resilience and how it will look to procure these services going forward.
Yorkshire Water commercial manager Laura Frudd said: “We are really excited to host our first bioresources supplier day and to meet companies that can help us think differently about how we provide bioresources services.
“We’re looking to collaboratively and innovatively deliver efficiency beyond our current approaches, through new technology, greater specialism and understanding or commercial innovation. We believe this event is the next step to achieving that.”
For more information, visit the event page here.
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