Webinar: Discover the simple online solution to record your waste transfers

Thursday 4 September 2014 


About this webinar

If you manage waste you should know about edoc

You’ll find out how the innovative system offers a simple and efficient online solution with lots of added value such as no more paper waste transfer notes.

edoc is free to use and your information will be secure but easily accessible through search and reporting functions. This can help you transform your company’s data into valuable information to support your business needs.


1. Introduction to edoc (25 minutes)
In this presentation Victoria Vaughan-Williams will introduce the edoc system, including a walkthrough of some of its key features. She will talk about the benefits of adopting the system for recording and managing commercial and industrial waste transfer between organisations.

2. Recognising the benefits of edoc (20 minutes)
Brian Marshall will present a case study on Reconomy who are in the process of switching to edoc. He will share their experiences and describe how it has been working in practice and how using edoc is helping them.

3. Question and answer session (15 minutes)
Kate Davis will co-ordinate and share any questions from participants.


Victoria Vaughan-Williams, edoc partnerships manager, edoc team, Environment Agency

Brian Marshall, Environment & Compliance Manager, Reconomy and edoc board member

Kate Davis, programme support officer, edoc team, Environment Agency

How will the webinar work?

The webinar will be held on the BT Live meet platform with the following facilities:

  • view presentations
  • hear speakers, via an 0800 Freephone access for participants
  • ask questions by text format

How do I register?

The registration for this edoc webinar has now closed.

How can I view the webinar if I missed it?

We plan to repeat the edoc webinar in October and November 2014 so why not join us then. Details of these further dates will be available soon.

We can make a recording of the webinar available on request. Just contact us at edoc@environment-agency.gov.uk.

Or, you can read a transcript of the webinar.

Thank you for taking part.