Energy from Waste 2015, 25 - 26 February 2015

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Designed to shed light on our increasingly complex, diverse and growing sector, the Energy from Waste essays feature a line-up of the top minds in waste, resource management and waste to energy.

Each month a leading figure brings their analysis of the key issues facing the industry, enabling  readers to benefit from their uniquely incisive and robust approach to the challenges and opportunities which the industry faces.

Read the essential June issue, on the increasing recycling targets and changing policies proposed in the recent EU Communication. David Palmer-Jones, CEO, SITA UK examines the proposed developments and considers what they might mean for the waste, resource management and waste to energy sectors.

Future issues:

July - ESA:  What will it take to achieve a truly circular economy?  An analysis of the policies and mechansims, and the role of the waste industry and wider industry, necessary for the development of the circular economy.

August: Chris Holmes, Managing Director, GIB: Financing for waste infrastructure in the medium term: A look at capacity, investment trends and implications for technologies and projects.

September: Ian Wakelin, CEO, Biffa: How will the waste industry respond to a changing environment? A consideration of the waste industry's options for growth.

Its food for thought indeed – so sign up now to stay ahead with the leaders. 

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"In an industry crowded with conferences and exhibitions it can be hard justifying time away from the workplace to attend all. Yet the EfW Conference is a must. The event is clearly carefully planned, and the programme of speakers is always very impressive. It is a great platform for knowledge transfer, industry debate, forward thinking and high level networking. Very few events can offer this level of focused content. If you're an EfW professional, or you are considering developing your relationships and expertise in this sector, the 2015 conference should certainly be in your diary."

 Katie Mallinson, Marketing Manager, UNTHA UK


"I found it a very enjoyable and informative conference."

Chris Holmes, Managing Director, Waste & Bioenergy, UK Green Investment Bank plc 


“Very good speakers, very interesting and very stimulating”

Annette Dentith, Senior Waste Management Officer, Devon County Council

 

"The conference managed to successfully combine industry updates, topical debates and networking opportunities. Well worth the time." 

 Nick Dawber, Managing Director, ENERGOS Holdings Limited

 

"I have really enjoyed participating in the event and have made good contacts and listened to a number of interesting speakers/ discussions."

Grant McMillan, Inbound Process Director, CEMEX UK


“excellent networking”

Dr. Adam Read, PhD, FRGS, FCIWM, Practice Director – Resource Efficiency & Waste Management, Ricardo-AEA