Energy from Waste conference

The Energy from Waste conference brings together senior level attendees and world-class speakers from all areas of the global waste to energy industry.

This coming year's event will take place on 24-25 February 2016 at the Royal College of Surgeons, London.

Visitors to the Energy from Waste conference will benefit from a packed programme designed to promote discussion and debate among an international audience of the sectors’ thought leaders and key decision makers.

Highlights include a panel review of the commercial environment for resource management, presentation of global market opportunities, city case studies from the UK, Italy and Singapore and roundtable discussions on the industry’s hot topics.

The event boasts a dazzling line-up of renowned international speakers, such as Jose-Jorge Diaz del Castillo of the EU Commission who will deliver the opening keynote, which looks at EU policy environment for waste to energy and the circular economy.

Delegates will also have a choice of special topic conference streams covering project finance, technology, infrastructure development and resource management, with guidance on best practice, compliance, efficiency and improving competitiveness.

Further, a site visit to the new Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park gives delegates the opportunity to see for themselves how Milton Keynes deals with black sack waste in a sustainable way.

Whilst an exhibition of leading suppliers and service providers runs simultaneously alongside the two-day conference providing direct access for delegates to leading industrial technology and service specialists.

Book your place online here - Discounts available for members of a Supporting Organisation (see below)