Energy from Waste 2018

Editorial Team
Editorial Team
Energy from Waste 2018

The 2018 edition of the highly influential Energy from Waste Conference will be taking place on 28 February-1 March at etc.venues, County Hall in Central London, UK. 

With the UK waste industry facing a series of ongoing challenges from Brexit, devolution and the volatile state of British and European politics, the 14th annual Energy from Waste Conference will be an ideal forum to explore and debate these issues, and to identify opportunities for growth.

Held in association with Recycling Waste World magazine, the conference offers an extensive programme designed to promote discussion and debate among the international energy from waste industry, thought leaders and key decision makers. 

The opening keynote will be delivered by CEWEP President and Indaver CEO, Paul De Bruycker. He will deliver an overview of the global energy from waste market.  

Conference highlights include a panel debate discussing finance strategies for successful project delivery, a review and discussion of where EFW stands in the circular economy, heat networks review and a session that will look at skills, training and diversity in the EfW industry.   

The event includes an impressive line-up of renowned international speakers, with input from technologists, academia and industry. The programme hosts professionals representing Andusia, Eunomia, Suez, Wood plc, BTMU, Ramboll and Technik Gruppe plus many more.

Delegates will also have a choice of seminar streams covering subjects including Myth Busting: what is the secret of getting the Environmental Permit, business plan best practice for successful project delivery, developments in heat networks and gaining local authority planning permission.

Delegates are also invited to attend an exclusive site visit to the London’s largest EFW plant. The site is operated by Cory Riverside at Belvedere on the banks of the River Thames. Delegates will have the opportunity to see technology in action and discover how Cory uses the river as a green highway to deliver the capital’s waste to site.

WHEN: 28 February – 1 March

WHERE: etc.venues, County Hall, London, UK


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