Legal changes affect everyone. Entrepreneurs and local government are also impacted. Thus the EKOTECH expo organisers together with the Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland law firm have prepared the lecture on the Waste Management Act amendment. Those interested are kindly invited to join - save the date: February 28, Targi Kielce.
The waste regulations amendments will be discussed at the Ekotech - this is one of the expo highlights.
5 2018 marks the enforcement of the Waste Management Act of 20 July 2018. The amendment has significantly changed the legal regulations regarding waste collection and processing. The Act introduces waste storage changes, includes the possibility to put business activity on halt and also imposes new duties on entrepreneurs - these new obligations are related to waste processing and collection.
Entities whose business profile encompasses waste collection and processing should observe the 12 months period to submit applications for the adjusted permits / permits, so as to comply with the Act. The lecture organized by the EKOTECH expo team is designed to discuss the most important changes introduced by the amendments. The lecturee - Joanna Kwaśny-Krajewska represents the Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland law firm.
The Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland law firm is ranked among the leading law firms in Poland, it belongs to Eversheds Sutherland, a global network of law firms with 68 offices in 34 countries. The law office provides comprehensive legal services for business and boasts special advisory experience in new technologies. It also renders support for companies which face challenges related to digital transformation, technological development and implementation of innovations. For years, the Law Firm has been recommended in prestigious international law rankings. In 2018 it celebrated its 20th anniversary on the Polish market