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Webinar: Lithium Batteries Rules - Waste/Recycling/Disposal

  • 19 Jul 2022
  • 13:00 - 14:30
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  • For CHCS members only. You will need to use the voucher code supplied to you by email. This will allow you to reserve a place free-of-charge.


Lithium Batteries Rules - Waste/Recycling/Disposal

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Tuesday 19 July 2022, 13:00 - 14:30 BST

This webinar will help you gain a better understanding on the mysteries surrounding the disposal and recycling of lithium batteries in the UK.

What do BSC and DTS mean?

Where do we send batteries for recycling and how are they required to be packaged to get there safely?

As trainers and DGSA’s that deal with the international transporting of Lithium Batteries on a regular basis; we often get asked to support businesses with the safe disposal of batteries. So, what advice can we give to manufacturers and distributors of lithium batteries and battery related products? What schemes are out there and what are their responsibilities?

The webinar is aimed at anyone with an interest in Lithium Batteries.

Our Presenter

We are delighted to have as our presenter:

Sam Stretton, Director 
Logicom Hub Limited

We are young to the dangerous goods family. Since 2018, Logicom Hub Ltd have provided consultancy and interactive training to customers. We were the first organisation to have CAA approved lithium batteries by Air e-learning. This has now expanded to other smaller aspects of the transport of dangerous goods process for all modes of transport, which are selling worldwide.

Sam Stretton has worked for over twenty-five years in the logistics industry and has a background in managing training design, implementation, and delivery teams.

Working for a global freight company for most of her years she was able to build a clear understanding of supply chain operations for multiple industries from retail through to aviation and oil and gas. Having serviced customers, built connections across multiple industries, and negotiated vendor rates and space with airlines, shipping lines and trucking networks, gives a great grounding for dangerous goods and what all the parties need to run effectively.

Sam is a member of BADGP since the start of Logicom Hub Ltd and appreciates the support that the community provide to each other to continually improve the depth of knowledge involved in the transport of dangerous goods.

Registration & Costs

Attendance at the webinar is free to BADGP members. Non-members can Join BADGP, (membership is just £80.00 for 1 year) and then register for the webinar. Members of CHCS can also register free-of-charge (please see link).

To register for the webinar please complete the online form on this page.

After registering we will send you an email explaining how to join and run the webinar.

Please feel free to forward the address of the page to any other person who you think may be interested in joining the webinar.


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