Waste is a very promising resource when handled properly, enabling the market to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy generation.
Berlin, Germany (PRWEB) March 3, 2010
In Berlin, Germany, 26-27 April 2010, corporate hospitality and event production company http://www.prcenter.de/firma-marcus+evans+%28Germany%29+Ltd..html [marcus evans __title__ marcus evans] will host a conference on Waste Management and Energy Recovery.
This forum is anticipated to create an ideal setting for energy, environment and utilities experts to network and discuss the way forward in the current waste industry boom. There will also be a focus on overcoming the economic, technical and social challenges these industries will inevitably face, and preparing to recognize and take advantage of the benefits of investment potential as a result of the shift to sustainability.
This conference will address new ideas and product developments within the waste-to-energy market and how to optimise recovery and conversion of waste into energy. Finding the right technology suitable for a particular application is not always easy, so for executives, key-decision makers, and other professionals in the environmental/utilities/energy sectors who wish to know more about such topics as alternative waste treatment, anaerobic digestion development, and biogas technology, this conference is not to be missed.
In order to be fully equipped to overcome barriers of waste-to-energy plant infrastructure development as well as meet challenging European Union landfill diversion targets, industry leaders are encouraged to attend this marcus evans conference on Waste Management and Energy Recovery. This important event should enable attendees to grasp the benefits of a well-managed waste programme, focusing on analysing the need for integrated waste management facilities and maximising energy recovery.
According to the page dedicated to this event at the marcus evans website, "Waste is a very promising resource when handled properly, enabling the market to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy generation." New environmental regulations across the European Union are presenting huge challenges to waste disposal industry authorities who must quickly find efficient ways to reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste going to landfill sites, and via the most cost-effective means possible.
One tonne of biodegradable waste - such as paper, cardboard, textiles, kitchen and garden waste - produces between 200 and 400m3 of landfill gas. Now more than ever, waste industry leaders are encouraged to find innovative ways to approach the move from landfill dependency to more sustainable waste management practices.
Key speakers of the Waste Management and Energy Recovery Conference are scheduled to include Dr. Jan Grundmann - Head of Project Development Department, Vattenfall Europe New Energy GmbH; Carlo Noto La Diega - Managing Director, Gesenu SpA and Secit SpA; Davide Mainero - Plant Manager, ACEA Pinerolese Industriale SpA; Amalia Cerdà - Technical Director, AEVERSU / Tirme S.A.; and Dr. Ing. Cestmír Hrdinka - Head of Technology Unit, Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic, Waste Department.
Key topics of the conference will include: Assessing the Prospect of Waste-to-Energy Development; Discussing Alternative Waste Treatment: Mechanical Biological Treatment; Achieving Landfill Diversion Targets; and Optimising Energy Recovery and Conversion from Waste.
Key features of the event are scheduled to include: Vattenfall Europe New Energy GmbH - enhancing energy recovery from incineration plants; ACEA Pinerolese Industriale SpA - building the future with integrated waste management facilities; Lafarge - assessing the benefits of co-processing; and Municipal Waste Europe AISBL - looking at suitable and sustainable solutions, especially with a long-term perspective.