Energy from Waste Conference

The Energy from Waste Conference 2016 brought together senior level attendees and world-class speakers from all areas of the global waste to energy industry.

Visitors to the Energy from Waste conference 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 included a panel review of the commercial environment for resource management, presentation of global market opportunities, city case studies and roundtable discussions on the industry’s hot topics.

The event hosted a line-up of renowned international speakers, including Jose-Jorge Diaz del Castillo of the EU Commission who delivered the opening keynote, looking at EU policy environment for waste to energy and the circular economy.

Delegates also had 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 gave 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 ran simultaneously alongside the two-day conference providing direct access for delegates to leading industrial technology and service specialists.

The 2017 event has now been confirmed for 21-22nd February

at The Royal College of Physicians, London